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80w 90 in hydraulics

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01-11-2003 16:41:43

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was changing oil in transmission on my ac 180,when i went to refill i poured it in the hydraulics instead. the book calls for gear lube in the transmission i used a 80w 90. i drained the hydraulics back down to where it is supposed to be. will the hydraulic fluid have to be drained and refilled or will the gear oil work in the hydraulics.thanks

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01-11-2003 17:41:06

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 Re: 80w 90 in hydraulics in reply to danny, 01-11-2003 16:41:43  
it would be super slow and if it got to be below 50 deg outside they wouldent move it would be to thick i would drain it and refill it.....

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01-11-2003 18:18:53

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 Re: Re: 80w 90 in hydraulics in reply to sHan, 01-11-2003 17:41:06  
The sulphur in the gear oil will also eat the brass wear plates out of the hydraulic pump.

DRAIN and REFILL...change filter also, if you have run the tractor at all since putting in the gear oil.

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