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134 Hydraulic Fluid

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Dave in Wyming

11-14-2011 17:26:44

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Hi guys. I went to my local Tractor Guy for some hydraulic/Tranny oil, and all they have is G 134. Will this work okay in the 8 & 9Ns? I asked about the old stuff, which I assumed would be the 134A or D, but this is what they use. Any help is appreciated. Thanks!!!

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11-14-2011 19:36:52

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 Re: 134 Hydraulic Fluid in reply to soundguy, 11-14-2011 17:26:44  
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The Ambra G134 is the current CNH product name for their house brand of universal tractor transmission oil. It meets the Ford M2C-134D specifications. The "D" version is simply the latest in a series of specifications for this type of oil - e.g. M2C-134A/B/C/D. You can buy basically the same thing for a lot less $$$$ at places like TSC or Walmart. It will be labeled Universal Tractor Transmission fluid and the label should state that it conforms to one of the M2C-134x specifications. The "old" stuff was conventional SAE 90 gear oil and an entirely differnt animal altogether. It does no meet any of the M2C-134x specifications. You may use either the UTF type oil (better hydraulics in cold weather) or the SAE 90 gear oil.


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Dell (WA)

11-14-2011 18:42:08

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 Re: 134 Hydraulic Fluid in reply to Dave in Wyming, 11-14-2011 17:26:44 1939, Ford spec: 90wt mineral gear oil fer yer tranny and hydro pump. Ford/New Holland now specs: M2C-134D hydro-tranny oil. It is about 60wt oil. Eazier for wintertime use. Read the fine print, the can of oil should say iff'n it meets Ford/NewHolland spec: M2C-134D. Simple, eh? ........respectfully, the oily Dell who uses M2C-134D in his eazy starting 6V 52-8N

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Dave in Wyoming

11-14-2011 21:27:37

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 Re: 134 Hydraulic Fluid in reply to Dell (WA), 11-14-2011 18:42:08  
Thanks guys!!!! I guess ifn I knew how ta read better, I woulda seen the writing on the can. I appreciate the help. My 51 is still, and will always be 6 Volt positive ground!!! Ifn it ain't broke, don't go fixin it, right??

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