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Re: MF40A hydraulic oil

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Stick welding

07-20-2014 22:01:44

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Never heard of an MF40A, just MF40 and 40B. MF50A was common though. Are you talking hyd's for the loader and hoe or the trans. and diff.? For the loader hyd's any type of hyd. oil should work. For the rear end use MF Perma-Tran. I think the latest is 821XL or something like that. M-1110 is an older MF spec. that was upgraded to Perma-Tran. Don't use 15-40 in the rear end. Do you have manual shuttle or instant reverse trans.? In instant reverse don't mix and match oils.

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MF pain

07-21-2014 14:31:04

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 Re: MF40A hydraulic oil in reply to Stick welding, 07-20-2014 22:01:44  
Yes I am only talking about the loader and backhoe hydraulic oil.

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Stick welding

07-21-2014 21:17:14

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 Re: MF40A hydraulic oil in reply to MF pain, 07-21-2014 14:31:04  
I use TDH fluid from Walmart in my Cat. It says it also makes a good hyd. fluid. I haven't had any problems using it. Some of the newer systems like my skid steer call for 10W-30 gas engine oil, not diesel oil but an older machine like an MF40, I think I'd use hyd. oil. ATF is basically high grade 10 weight hyd. oil. Very common to use in truck hoists year round.

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