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Bobs Old Iron

07-02-2020 19:28:42

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wounding how many quarts of oil go into my w-d 45 motor i need to change and what weight goes in it thanks bob

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Russ from MN

07-03-2020 07:48:06

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 Re: oil changing in reply to Bobs Old Iron, 07-02-2020 19:28:42  
I would use 15-40 Delvac, it's one of the better oils and very reasonable with the rebates. It's about $11 a gallon and a $5 rebate, you can't buy automotive oil for that and Delvac is a lot better for old tractors anyhow!

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07-03-2020 04:56:47

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 Re: oil changing in reply to Bobs Old Iron, 07-02-2020 19:28:42  
Here is a link to a free copy of the Operator's manual you can save to your computer, if you don't have a copy.


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Bobs Old Iron

07-17-2020 17:50:37

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 Re: oil changing in reply to Jim.ME, 07-03-2020 04:56:47  
thanks for manual info

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07-02-2020 19:33:56

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 Re: oil changing in reply to Bobs Old Iron, 07-02-2020 19:28:42  
Six quarts. Includes filling a new filter. I would use 10-30, 10-40, or 20-50 depending on how worn the engine is and how cold or hot it is going to be.

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Bobs Old Iron

07-02-2020 19:36:14

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 Re: oil changing in reply to 4wdtom, 07-02-2020 19:33:56  
thanks for info

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Bobs Old Iron

07-02-2020 19:41:15

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 Re: oil changing in reply to Bobs Old Iron, 07-02-2020 19:36:14  
probably should use heavier oil, the oil in it is kinda thin and the bearings knock on higher idle, thats why i need to change it to see if the knocking stops, hopefully

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