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Allison Chalmers C A

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H Walker

11-10-2002 10:02:06

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Just bought the tractor, C A ,what kind of oil does it take,Weight? lots of questions.
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11-10-2002 14:39:12

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 Re: Allison Chalmers C A in reply to H Walker, 11-10-2002 10:02:06  
Put 10w-30 engine oil in it, just like your truck. The transmission, rear axle, PTO and hydraulics are all a common sump. the filler hole is by your left foot. there are three 1/2 inch pipe plug drain on the bottom, one per cavity. Put trans hydraulic fluid (20 wt) in this. You can get a 2 gallon plastic container at Wal Mart or Farm Store, that will fill it.
On the bottom of the final drive drop box (inside the wheels) ther is a sheet metal pan held on by about a dozen 5/16 bolts. This cavity lubes the bull gear and top shaft bearing in the final drive. Put a quart of 90 wt gear lube in each. you will have to remove the cover to clean and drain it. You can make your own gasket by buying material at Auto Zone. add a little RTV for sealer. Front end is porbably narrow and needs lube on the center shaft, alos the steering box holds a cup of 90wt. if the seal is bad, pump it full of grease instead.

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11-10-2002 20:37:52

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 Re: Re: Allison Chalmers C A in reply to steve, 11-10-2002 14:39:12  
Steve, I recently got an AC-C and I was wondering, Where do I add oil to the narrow front? I see a drain plug to drain it but where do you fill it? And also, would you know what would cause the steering to tun easy to the left but when I turn it to the right it turns hard? Would an oil change fix this? and would I use 90 wt oil? Thanks, TractorMike

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11-10-2002 10:46:44

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 Re: Allison Chalmers C A in reply to H Walker, 11-10-2002 10:02:06  
Welcome to the brotherhood of the Orange! Do yourself a favor and get the manual for your tractor. Most all you need to know to keep it running is in it. Ebay is a great source for them. Lots of reprinted ones available.

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