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Ernie York

04-21-2002 18:16:58




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Where do you fill hydrolic oil on a 52 G?




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Dusty

04-22-2002 10:28:52




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 Re: G Hydrolic oil in reply to Ernie York, 04-21-2002 18:16:58  
I drained mine after I first got it and it had a lot of water in it.So I remover the battery box and transmission side cover to scrape the sluge out, there was quite a bit of it, also out came a tooth from one of the gears. Needless to say I replaced the gear. Also but a new gear shift boot on. This is where 99% of the water comes from.
I have an extra reverse idler gear, it's two gears in one, 19T & 22T. It's for sale if anyone is interested. Dusty

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Eric Egland

04-22-2002 17:15:13




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 Re: Re: G Hydrolic oil in reply to Dusty, 04-22-2002 10:28:52  
I bought the "G that ran in California" that was on this site a couple weeks ago. Went to drain the transmission yesterday. I undid the filler plug and a great plume of yellow gunk came out forever. I didn't bother filling with fresh oil, but did several changes with drain oil for right now. I'll have to take the side cover off as well, to see whats in there. By the way, it does indeed run and very well.

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Eric Egland

04-21-2002 19:18:05




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 Re: G Hydrolic oil in reply to Ernie York, 04-21-2002 18:16:58  
whoa there. I just got my operators book out and it says 20 weight transmission oil! Disregard my below reply. However, hydraulic pump draws from differential/transmission case.



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Eric Egland

04-21-2002 18:57:32




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 Re: G Hydrolic oil in reply to Ernie York, 04-21-2002 18:16:58  
Hydraulic pump draws from transmission and differential case. 90w gear oil might be used, but I've heard of guys using 30w in the transmission. Top off your oil by removing the 1" pipe plug on the left side of transmission case. Anybody have the skinny on what weight oil to use in the transmission? I just drained my new G trans. and when the fill pipe plug was removed, mung ran out of that hole for the longest time! The case must have been full of watered oil. Is 90 w the stuff to use?

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steve

04-22-2002 20:02:21




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 Re: Re: G Hydrolic oil in reply to Eric Egland, 04-21-2002 18:57:32  
20 wt engine oil is o.k., but if you use the hydraulics a lot it might foam. more standard is to use hydraulic-transmission oil (hy-trans) that you can get from farm store, Wal Mart, etc. it is basically a 20 wt oil, but has additives to stop foaming and disperse the water that gets in.



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EE

04-22-2002 20:34:13




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 Re: Re: Re: G Hydrolic oil in reply to steve, 04-22-2002 20:02:21  
Thanks, Steve. This is info center.



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ernie

04-23-2002 17:46:28




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: G Hydrolic oil in reply to EE, 04-22-2002 20:34:13  
Thanks for all the help. Cultivated my small
garden in Alex Va yesterday with my G. It created quite a stir. It was very thereputic for a BMW mechanic. Real fun to work on something not controlled by microcomputers. Thanks to all Ernie



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