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What type of oil WD-45

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Chad Penny

06-06-2002 07:10:59




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Drained the WD-45 PTO gearbox to fix it. What kind of oil goes back in there? Is there way to tell how much to put back in there? On my farmall cub there is a plug that you pull out and when it is full it runs out the hole and your done. is there some thing similar on the wd-45?




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Tom

06-06-2002 16:57:46




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 Re: what type of oil WD-45 in reply to Chad Penny, 06-06-2002 07:10:59  
Pull both plugs on the left side of the transmission, but not the hydraulic fill (one with the little dipstick). You need to fill both, they are all interconnected between the clutch, transmission, and rear end. If you only fill one the others may not be full and will slowly drain off the full one through a bearing. With the tractor level fill to full to plug opening, they are fill and level plugs. You can't over fill with the tractor level.

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Dave Grubb

06-06-2002 11:42:10




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 Re: what type of oil WD-45 in reply to Chad Penny, 06-06-2002 07:10:59  
It is serviced with 80W EP gear lube. The filler is the forward one of two pipe plugs on the left side of transmission/differential case. The aft plug is to service the differential unit. The most forward filler cap with the short dip stick is for the hydraulic system.



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Chad Penny

06-07-2002 04:43:08




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 Re: Re: what type of oil WD-45 in reply to Dave Grubb, 06-06-2002 11:42:10  
Thanks for the help guys I will get it done this weekend.
Chad Penny



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Bryan Smith

06-07-2002 08:39:10




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 Re: Re: Re: what type of oil WD-45 in reply to Chad Penny, 06-07-2002 04:43:08  
I have the oil types and amounts (and tractor specs) on my website. That may be a help.



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