Posted by lfc on May 24, 2013 at 11:48:19 from (188.8.131.52):
In Reply to: nh 411 discbine posted by playin in the dirt on May 24, 2013 at 08:26:20:
I never used the stand. It took so long for the oil to equalize I found it was easier just to pour in the exact amount of oil - thinking it was 50 oz but check the manual to be sure. I usually engaged the LH transport lock, removed the cutterbar endcap, and set the machine back down to drain the oil. Helps if it is warm, and I"d let it drain for a few hours to make sure the oil from the other end of the cutterbar had time to drain. Just changed the oil in the modules in my new H7230 this week for the first time. The individual modules might be great as far as oil contamination is concerned, but it takes a long time to change them all!
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