Others here may disagree with me, but I don't see why you couldn't use modern power steering fluid. If you do, consider Valvoline hi-mileage with stop leak. It seems to be nearly as thick as UTF (like M2C134D from CNH) and is essentially hydraulic fluid. It has the advantage that if you have a small leak it can help with that. Prestone makes a similar product. Using UTF is OK too, it has the advantage that you can use one fluid for everything, if that's important to you (it's not to me). -Will
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