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ford 2n milky oil

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tom bleeker

08-09-2014 18:15:33

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Ha royse dumped milky oil and replaced with 5quarts used oil and one quart atf ran 30 min twice no milky oil . I will drain and put knew oil in i think i got luckey with another none running ford.actually drove tractor around with gas tank in my hand.

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tom bleeker

08-09-2014 18:56:50

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 Re: ford 2n milky oil in reply to tom bleeker, 08-09-2014 18:15:33  
Thanks sound guy ill do that deisel and alcohoel

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08-09-2014 19:03:27

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 Re: ford 2n milky oil in reply to tom bleeker, 08-09-2014 18:56:50  
diesel will thin the oil, make it drain faster and carry out suspended solids... and it will disolve waxy emulsified oil

the atf you have in their is detergent rich.. thus it is suspending debris..

the alcohol is a polar solvent ( water is polar )and will disolve water left in the sump.

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tom bleeker

08-09-2014 19:38:06

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 Re: ford 2n milky oil in reply to soundguy, 08-09-2014 19:03:27  
I wish icould remember all that iam a heavy equiment operator that would blow the minds of the mechanics at work most dont know what each additive does but would tell you to put it in the engine. Thalks for the explanation

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08-09-2014 22:08:26

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 Re: ford 2n milky oil in reply to tom bleeker, 08-09-2014 19:38:06  
That's my standard flush when doing a new to me machine

Have fun!

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08-09-2014 18:34:10

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 Re: ford 2n milky oil in reply to tom bleeker, 08-09-2014 18:15:33  
if you have not drained it yet, dump/add in a quart of diesel and a pint of rubbing alcohol and run it around the yard a couple time. grab any hiding water and any emusified oil on the walls.

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