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Re: MF Transmission Fluid Questions

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Roger Hoff

09-21-2013 10:52:47

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I'm going to add to my original posting to clarify my question after reading the archives. I understand that the transmission and rear hydraulics use the same lubricant. The dip stick by the seat reads full, but on opening the fill cap by the gear shift the transmission looks almost empty of lubricant. Is this normal? Also, if there is a leak of fluid would it come through the plate directly under the gear shift?

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Tom from Buckeye Lake

09-21-2013 12:48:01

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 Re: MF Transmission Fluid Questions in reply to Roger Hoff, 09-21-2013 10:52:47  
The dip stick by your right foot is the ONLY one for the trans/differential. If it reads full on level ground ur good to go :-)

The inspection plate under the tractor is for access to PTO clutch adjustment. There is a bent cotter pin hanging from a hole in her belly, that is to keep the hole open for any seal leakage.

I drilled an extra hole in the center of the inspection cover, installed another cotter pin in it also. Then if you have an oil leak, front hole=engine, rear hole=transmission.

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Roger Hoff

09-22-2013 07:43:59

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 Re: MF Transmission Fluid Questions in reply to Tom from Buckeye Lake, 09-21-2013 12:48:01  
Thanks for the info Tom.

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