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WC fluid fill and drain locations

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Gus Deerbrand

09-07-2010 16:32:09

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Hello, I just bought my first WC and I want to change all of the fluids. The oil and antifreeze are very obvious, but how do you add/ remove fluid with the transmission and differential? Is there a fill tube or cap for either? The tractor is a 47 and has no hydraulic add-ons or attachments. Thanks, Gus.

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09-08-2010 08:17:05

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 Re: WC fluid fill and drain locations in reply to Gus Deerbrand, 09-07-2010 16:32:09  
There is a drain plug on the bottom of the pto housing. Drain plug under the differential. Diff plug is on the rear side, centered below the SN on the unstyled WC, and WF, off to the left a bit on the styled WC. Final drives are separate compartments.

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09-07-2010 17:19:24

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 Re: WC fluid fill and drain locations in reply to Gus Deerbrand, 09-07-2010 16:32:09  
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To fill the transmission there is a plug inside the frame rail on the steering wheel side. There is a drain plug behind the pto housing to drain the transmission. you wont get all the fluid out without taking the pto down. there maybe a plug on the pto but i dont think there is.
As for the rear end i dont think it has one. take the little cover off below the serial number and dump some in it and keep going.

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