Posted by LeoinMi on November 05, 2012 at 08:32:30 from (220.127.116.11):
After reading the previous post on the oil capacity of a NAA,(5qt or 6qt.) depending on the length of the dipstick,..I got to thinking,(Which can be dangerous for me). I assume if you have the 11.25 inch dipstick ,you must first start the tractor and let it run to get oil into the filter and THEN check the oil level to see if it is on the full mark. Checking the oil cold would result in an overfill on the stick of about 3/4qt since the filter takes an extra quart and drains back into the oilpan.. Am I way off on this or just complicating things? Just trying to clarify for future oil changes.
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