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WD Drive Train Oil

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08-17-2000 19:57:08

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I need to change the oil in the WD. The differential oil is discolored, and so is the Transmission. Tell me if I have it right, the transmission is forward of the clutch on the left side, the differntial is square headed plug just to the rear of it. Is there a third area? Where is that inspection/filler? What is the proper level for each? Should I use 80/90 in all or should I use Hyd. Fluid? And if you can stand one more question, locate each of the drain plugs for me please. I am going to order a service manuel, or is this covered in the operators manuel? Thanks Bob

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08-18-2000 16:51:37

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 Re: WD Drive Train Oil in reply to Bob, 08-17-2000 19:57:08  
Quoting directly from an original Operator's manual: "TRANSMISSION, DIFFERENTIAL AND TRANSMISSION CLUTCH - Capacity 17 qts. Keep filled to the level plugs. Use SAE 80EP all year. Drain plugs are located on bottom of transmission, bottom of differential and bottom of clutch housing. Drain and refill twice a year. Fill all three compartments through transmission filler plugs. Do not confuse transmission filler plugs with hydraulic filler plug." Now.....from my experience: if equipped with P.T.O., 18 Qts. Also, the drain plug for the transmission is actually on bottom of P.T.O. housing which is directly below transmission. Get an operators manual with repair parts illustrations AND a repair manual if you intend to keep your tractor. Brian G.

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08-19-2000 05:54:19

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 Re: Re: WD Drive Train Oil in reply to Brian G., 08-18-2000 16:51:37  
Thanks Brian, that helps and the manual should be in the mail now. Now I will go ahead with the changeout.

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