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WD rear end oil???

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03-14-2012 19:03:52

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ok so i checked the oil levels on the little dip stick and the 2 square head plugs i see a very thin oil in the holes.. looks like hytran oil or something like it, now if i remember right the little dip stick is for the trans? amd the plugs are for the rear end? what oil should be in the rear end? and is there another plug anywhere on the diff? thanks

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03-16-2012 18:02:31

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 Re: WD rear end oil??? in reply to sHan,tn, 03-14-2012 19:03:52  
It has been a while but I'm pretty sure published rear end oil capacity is 17 quarts. My manual and tractor are in another state.

There is either one or two drain plugs on the bottom of the tractor and another plug on the botton of the PTO housing. Be sure and get this one as the PTO can be a high wear area if you use it a lot under load.

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03-15-2012 14:24:30

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 Re: WD rear end oil??? in reply to sHan,tn, 03-14-2012 19:03:52  
about five gal for trans and diff

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Justin SE IOWA

03-14-2012 20:36:35

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 Re: WD rear end oil??? in reply to sHan,tn, 03-14-2012 19:03:52  
That growling you are hearing is normal. Every wd has that sound

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03-14-2012 19:12:50

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 Re: WD rear end oil??? in reply to sHan,tn, 03-14-2012 19:03:52  
wrong,,,, the dipstick is for the hydralic oil,, the pipe plugs to the rear of that are for the trans and differential oil which take 80w90. have heard of guys useing a hy trans oil in the trans and rear end tho.when you remove the pipe plug the oil level should be there.

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03-14-2012 19:25:40

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 Re: WD rear end oil??? in reply to bg/mo, 03-14-2012 19:12:50  
yes the oil is at the pipe plug level but it looks thin and kinda bubbly, ive got a loud growling in the rear end and im wondering if the light oil is to blame,,, how much oil does the rear end hold?? thanks

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