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Massey Harris & Massey Ferguson Tractors Discussion Forum
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M-1129 or M-1129A hydraulic fluid

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Alan West

04-15-2006 17:03:57
219.88.36.125



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My manual lists the M1129 or M1129A hydraulic fluid for MF135. Is there a common equivalent or do I have to get it specially through a MF dealer?




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Gerald J.

04-17-2006 11:48:01
67.0.108.187



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 Re: M-1129 or M-1129A hydraulic fluid in reply to Alan West, 04-15-2006 17:03:57  
Lots of the farm store (and Walmart) tractor oils claim they meet manufacturer's standards including M-1129 or 1129A. If they don't make that claim, then don't use them.

I like the Coop's Super HTB. It makes all those claims and comes with a tractor protection guarantee. Works in my MF-135.

Gerald J.



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marlowe

04-16-2006 08:52:39
70.41.44.152



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 Re: M-1129 or M-1129A hydraulic fluid in reply to Alan West, 04-15-2006 17:03:57  
i just don't get it people will spend 1000s on a tractor,car, or truck, but want to save 5.00 on some cheep sh-t oil. i've repaired tractors for over 30 years and have seen pumps and bearings and bushings, gears that were total junk and most is from poor maintenance and wrong oils. the maker of that tractor has spent 10s of 1000s of dollers testing oils that will be the best in there tractor they sure did not go to walmart and buy it. for the weekend warrior they might be ok but then the poor maintenance comes in to play. spend the 5.00 or 10.00 more and get the right stuff [[[[[P.S. NOT picking on you but just had to vent sorry]]]] just pulled a poor little ferguson apart this morning 3 gals of water and 2 gal. of ???

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TomTX

04-17-2006 05:26:29
12.74.202.33



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 Re: M-1129 or M-1129A hydraulic fluid in reply to marlowe, 04-16-2006 08:52:39  
Marlowe, you are right on about people using the cheap junk, and then having to spend a thousand bucks on a wet brake rebuild, or some other large expense. Same is true for folks buying the IT Manuals, and then wasting money on not needed parts or the wrong parts. Thats my rant for today. Tom



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Alan West

04-16-2006 12:48:13
210.54.101.122



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 Re: M-1129 or M-1129A hydraulic fluid in reply to marlowe, 04-16-2006 08:52:39  
No MF dealers nearby.



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Christos

04-16-2006 15:49:37
130.108.236.146



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 Re: M-1129 or M-1129A hydraulic fluid in reply to Alan West, 04-16-2006 12:48:13  
I would put the PermtranIII in your tractor. I think thats the reason why my hydraulics and power steering is leaking like it is. The seals from what I understand in the ferguson system will degrade easier if you don't use that stuff.

So when I am rich again I am going to change out the fluids and see what happens.



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Alan West

04-17-2006 12:54:07
219.88.34.11



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 Re: M-1129 or M-1129A hydraulic fluid in reply to Christos, 04-16-2006 15:49:37  
Thanks, going for a drive north in a couple of days so will try and locate an MF dealer.



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