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transmission fluid on a C model

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racsan

06-01-2017 10:51:26




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recently got a reasonable seal on a a/c C model with a 72" woods mower, like any older machine it needs some attention, one thing i noticed is a noise in neutal with the clutch released, its probapby there when driving too, but cant hear it over the engine. im thinking its either a input shaft or countershaft bearing. i read somewhere that the trans oil is 20wt motor oil, im wondering if it would be better (and buy me some time) to run a 80/90 in the trans like the final drives have. im not going to be using the hydraulic lift, just the pto for the mower, good/bad idea? i realize at some point the bearing will go regardless, but if a 80/90 would be better and let it make it a last a little longer-why not?

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racsan

06-08-2017 21:05:14




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 Re: transmission fluid on a C model in reply to racsan, 06-01-2017 10:51:26  
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racsan

06-03-2017 15:36:27




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 Re: transmission fluid on a C model in reply to racsan, 06-01-2017 10:51:26  
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The front tires are temporary spares. I have the original rims, no tires on them though. Has some sort of cast iron weights on the inside of the rear rims

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racsan

06-03-2017 14:56:05




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 Re: transmission fluid on a C model in reply to racsan, 06-01-2017 10:51:26  
Got a 5 gal bucket of 303 yesterday at rural king, not sure what it ran, got quite a few things for the new toy, oil, filter, orc, exhaust flapper for the stack, a I & T book (more like a panphet on that series) I just might try fabbing up a 3 point someday, for now just going to get done whats needed and enjoy not spending forever mowing the lawn. I'll get a picture up sometime later.



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old

06-03-2017 18:46:37




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 Re: transmission fluid on a C model in reply to racsan, 06-03-2017 14:56:05  
My C has a front lift for things like a snow plow which i made form pictures one of the guys on here sent me plus to off set the weight up front I built a 3 point on it



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Aaron SEIA

06-02-2017 03:46:05




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 Re: transmission fluid on a C model in reply to racsan, 06-01-2017 10:51:26  
The hyd pump is running as long as this PTO is engaged. I would run the 303 fluid.

AaronSEIA



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racsan

06-01-2017 21:05:43




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 Re: transmission fluid on a C model in reply to racsan, 06-01-2017 10:51:26  
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It has a hydraulic lift but cylinder isnt hooked up. I dont plan on ever using it, just going to be a mower. Saw rural king has "303" fluid, might consider that.



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old

06-02-2017 13:57:01




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 Re: transmission fluid on a C model in reply to racsan, 06-01-2017 21:05:43  
If you have an Orschen's farm and home place around if you watch you can find that 303UTF on sale for $19.95 regular price is $24.95



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4wdtom

06-01-2017 15:04:27




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 Re: transmission fluid on a C model in reply to racsan, 06-01-2017 10:51:26  
You can use 990 weight unless you have hydraulics. If you have hydraulics you have to use 20 weight or a "tractor lube".



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bg/mo

06-01-2017 13:37:12




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 Re: transmission fluid on a C model in reply to racsan, 06-01-2017 10:51:26  
could be coupling on shaft from clutch to input on transmission those splines wear alot



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old

06-01-2017 13:06:24




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 Re: transmission fluid on a C model in reply to racsan, 06-01-2017 10:51:26  
Not uncommon for them to be a bit noisiey so good chance you have no problems any how. My self I run the 303 UTF in my C and have for decades and yes mine makes some noise also



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