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wd-45 tranny oil

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03-02-2010 04:20:15

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Our tractor clubs pulling sled has a wd-45 tranny in it that controls the weight box i am guessing its part of the hand clutch setup we took the top cover off to do some winter updates and change the oilinside there is a large clutch that is either in or out there are no gears inside just this clutch our presidents father told us the clutch end is all that gets oil the other end is dry and then another club member told me that we have the oil in the wrong end that the clutch should be dry but there are bearing in that section can someone tell us who is correct we do not want to mess this tranny up please AC people HELP

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03-02-2010 14:31:55

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 Re: wd-45 tranny oil in reply to hotrod60, 03-02-2010 04:20:15  
hey thanks to everyone who helped me out YT to the rescue again thanks a lot

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Willie in Mn

03-02-2010 10:29:04

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 Re: wd-45 tranny oil in reply to hotrod60, 03-02-2010 04:20:15  
Working from memory here, but 99.9% sure. The hand clutch is indeed a wet clutch, but runs in the chamber with the hyd pump, 20W oil or universal hyd fluid. Trans is seperate from hand clutch/hyd fluid, takes 80W-90 gear oil.

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03-02-2010 08:43:39

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 Re: wd-45 tranny oil in reply to hotrod60, 03-02-2010 04:20:15  
as you fill the transmission that cavity will fill too, the hand clutch is a wet clutch

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Jeff Z.

03-02-2010 04:54:16

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 Re: wd-45 tranny oil in reply to hotrod60, 03-02-2010 04:20:15  
The transmission clutch is a wet type in oil.

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