Topic: Re: hydraulic oil or atf ?
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I wouldn't. I'd use Mercon/Dexron combo in the HydraPower Drive,but not in the hydraulics.
Being the age that it is,I don't think it would hurt a thing if you added a few quarts of Lucas hydraulic oil booster and stop leak to the hydraulic oil. I put three quarters of a gallon in a Deere that had some seal leaks and it helped that one. Even seems to have boosted the pressure a little. I split the last quart between my 1850 and 1600. Figured it might seal up a few drips.
It won't matter if you use a hytran type hydraulic oil,or just a good grade of straight hydraulic oil otherwise. I use the hytran type in mine just because I only want to keep one type around and need it for other tractors that do need that type.
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