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Allis C Hydrualic Lift

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Scott AC/iowa

04-23-2008 07:03:01




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I have a Allis C with a Woods belly mower mounted under it. It has the hydrualic lift that runs off the pto on it also. I have gone thru the IT manual and can not find where to check the fluid level for the PTO/Hydrualic lift pump. Can someone tell me how to make sure there is enough fluid in it?




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Scott AC/iowa

04-24-2008 16:34:21




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 Re: Allis C Hydrualic Lift in reply to Scott AC/iowa, 04-23-2008 07:03:01  
Thanks Guys, Yes I Like my "C"!!! Great mowing tractor.



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ed in cny

04-23-2008 10:10:17




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 Re: Allis C Hydrualic Lift in reply to Scott AC/iowa, 04-23-2008 07:03:01  
Correct location but it should be checked on the level and should be at the hole. The finger in should be close. But with that on any uneven groound the pickup will miss and the lift will not work. It also may become air bound. I have two B's and they have always been good little tractors. I bet you will even see a savings with the gas on the C doing mowing. They are great on gas!



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Eldon (WA)

04-23-2008 08:21:31




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 Re: Allis C Hydrualic Lift in reply to Scott AC/iowa, 04-23-2008 07:03:01  
The hydraulics use the same oil as the rearend. There is a plug in front of the LH axle where it meets the tranny. If you can stick the tip of your finger in there and get some oil on it you should be fine.



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