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Oil for a D15

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06-16-2008 04:21:48

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The oil on the top of the transmission dipstick at the seat is really dirty. Were is the drain and what do I put back in there? It does not smell like gear oil. Also what type oil for the engine, it is a diesel, is the lift oil check under the fueltank and what type of oil goes there. Thanks

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06-17-2008 16:17:34

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 Re: Oil for a D15 in reply to tackhammertime, 06-16-2008 04:21:48  
I've been running 15W40 amsoil synthetic in most of the Allis diesels, with no major problems. Some will say that this causes leaks, but after 50 years, you got leaks, anyway!

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06-16-2008 15:24:50

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 Re: Oil for a D15 in reply to tackhammertime, 06-16-2008 04:21:48  
Oil for lift, Hitran works as good as anything, there is a second dipstick left side, hex head, to the left of gearshift, this is power director clutch dipstick, hitran here, too. Third compartment back, round cap type dipstick, sometimes with a breather, sometimes not, 80W90 gear oil goes here. Drain plugs are, for the most part under the compartment in question, in center, or off to the left side, if I remember right. Do you know whether its a series I or II?

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Handsome Jim

07-11-2008 22:03:35

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 Re: Oil for a D15 in reply to DiyDave, 06-16-2008 15:24:50  

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06-17-2008 04:41:28

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 Re: Oil for a D15 in reply to DiyDave, 06-16-2008 15:24:50  
Series 1 What type oil for the Diesel engine?

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06-23-2008 10:03:11

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 Re: Oil for a D15 in reply to tackhammertime, 06-17-2008 04:41:28  
Any brand of 15W40 that you feel comfortable with

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