My transmission fluid had a brownish look to it so I went to Tractor Supply and bought some 90W oil that is recommended for older Ford Tractors from 1939 to 1952. My tractor is a 1952 8n. After draining my old oil out I started replacing it with the new, I noticed quite a difference in the thickness of the new oil. Now it seems to me it would take forever to warm this oil up before I could begin to plow. I only put in 4 Gallons because I wanted to check with the experts on the Forum to see if their is a possible way of thinning it out. Has anyone heared of adding mineral spirits as a thinner? I only use my tractor in the winter to plow when the temperatures are normally below freezing here in Michigan. Would this thick oil slow down the response time when lowering & raising the plow?
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