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Re: Need Help with a B414

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Posted by MJ in the UK on January 20, 2013 at 07:48:19 from (

In Reply to: Need Help with a B414 posted by Stevie W on January 20, 2013 at 07:13:11:

Hi Steve welcome to your British built B414tractor. Most of the B414 here in the UK have the diesel engine so I know nothing about the petrol engine. The geabox and rear axle oil is all in the same compartment and uses 90wt gear oil. The level plug is just in front of the left hand foot plate and you fill it through the plug by the gear lever. The hydrulic unit under your seat drains out of the plug on the R.H. rear of the unit.The filling plug is at the R.H. top rear of the hyd. unit. the level for the hyd. unit is the bottom of the filler hole threads with the lift arms in the down position. If when adding oil to this unit and you notice the lift arms are in the up position DO NOT push the lift lever down without the plug in the hole as you will get drowned in hyd. oil-been there-done that. The system uses IH Hytran oil. I own a B414 diesel Ialso own a B250, 1940BN, 1942W6, 1945H, and a 1949M witch was the last M to come to the UK before IH started to build the M here at Doncaster. MJ


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