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Re: Oliver 1755 transmission questions

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J. Schwiebert

02-20-2014 17:54:36

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You said: There is a filler location just above the pto (about waist high) that somebody capped off with half of a beer can held by a hose clamp (no lie...really). I assume that's for gear oil for the final drives to the axles and the pto and such. I haven't added anything here; but I assume it would be gear oil. I think the beer can is the cap for the cover for the PTO control valve. Is there linkage attached to it? If so that is not a fill or check plug. YOU NEED AN OPERATORS MANUAL!!
You also asked:Then there is the transmission, which is a hydraulic shift and has this over/under unit. For this, I now see the dipstick near the clutch pedal. Is this the only reservoir of fluid for both the transmission and the over/under? Some references recommend automatic transmission fluid here. Is that correct? It is the dip stick and fill for the 3 speed over under .Automatic transmission fluid was the fluid of choice but has been superceeded by a good tractor hydraulic fluid like Hy-Tran The transmission is separate and also has its own filter which is mounted under the floor board. I will need to look tomorrow. I don't remember if the fill plug is the same as on a 50 series, It has been 37 years since I filled and checked one. It will take like 80-90 gear oil. Change the hydraulic filter as well. Make sure the micron rating of the filter is 10.

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