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ak matt

01-30-2008 18:23:22




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will "universal tractor oil" work in the transmission? trying to kill two birds here. and run ONE oil for the hydraulics and trans. that way i dont have to stock five different things. as always i really appreciate and respect all your feedback. thank you all very much! matt




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stu (ON)

01-31-2008 04:25:19




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 Re: wd45 transmission oil in reply to ak matt, 01-30-2008 18:23:22  
Original spec for cold weather operation was 10W in the hydraulics and 80EP in the trans/diff/wet clutch. Hard to imagine one viscosity oil being light enough to work well in hydraulic pump and small volume cylinders while being heavy enough to handle the heavy lubrication requirements of the trans/diff. If light enough for the hydraulics, you might expect to see the oil seep past any old seals still in place elsewhere, such as around the hand clutch shifter shaft.

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orangepower

01-30-2008 18:37:22




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 Re: wd45 transmission oil in reply to ak matt, 01-30-2008 18:23:22  
Any hy/tran oil will work as long as the label meets Allis "Power Fluid 821" specs. That"s what I used to use in mine.



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