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03-10-2001 12:06:48

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Can anyone tell me how many places and where they are, to fill tractor with transmission oil.i know where the differential and clutch filler plugs are .. but can't find the final drive filler plugs or any others .. what do you put in the plugs in the wheel well.. thank you for any help vince

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Brian G

03-10-2001 13:56:46

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 Re: wd45 in reply to vince, 03-10-2001 12:06:48  
First, there are 3 drain plugs in addition to the hydraulic system drain plug. One under differential, one under transmission and one under PTO. When filling the transmission,differential and transmission (hand) clutch housings, use the 2 square head pipe plugs, one of which is located just to the rear of the hydraulic dipstick/filler, and the second located just to the rear of the clutch pedal lock. Capacity is 17 qts. of SAE 80EP gear oil. The reason I give you the location of the drain plugs is that if you have never changed the lube, it would be a good idea to do so. The manual says it should be drained and refilled twice a year although I don't know of anybody being that consciencious. The "final drives" are probably what you are calling the "wheel wells". The manual says to drain and refill these twice a year also. Unfortunately, there are no drain plugs in them so they have to be removed to be drained. They do have fill plugs and the oil level should be kept up to the bottom of these plug holes. Each final drive holds 1-3/4 qts of SAE 80EP.

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