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Fluids for Model C Allis

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03-09-2004 06:27:05

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What wt. oil do I need to use for the rear end and steering box for my C Allis?
I've got a service manual but it doesn't list the wt. of oil only the quantity.

Also is there a way to take some of the slop out of the steering? The rubber bushings in the long drag link are all but gone, can this be replaced or any fix for it?


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03-09-2004 19:14:17

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 Re: Fluids for Model C Allis in reply to JDBob, 03-09-2004 06:27:05  
the final drives take a quart of 90 wt gear lube. you need to remove the sheetmetal pans tucked into each rear wheel and clean out the old goo. you can reinstall with gaskets you make from gasket material from NAPA. fill thru the 3/8 pipe plug. ----- --The transmission , steering, and pto are all the same cavity and share the same oil. there ae 3 plugs 1/2 inch pipe thread under the three cavities. drain each and then refill with universal transmission-hydraulic fluid (20 wt) you get at Wal Mart or fram store. it takes about 8 quarts. Originally the tractors had 20 wt motor oil. Some had 90 wt gear lube in the trans, but that is too thick. Also gear lube will not work if you have a hydraulic system attached. Universal hy-trans is the best and non foaming. ----- THe motor should use 10 w 30 just like your truck. Takes 4 quarts.

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03-10-2004 05:04:24

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 Re: Re: Fluids for Model C Allis in reply to steve, 03-09-2004 19:14:17  
Thanks for the info Steve. Sounds like a good project for this weekend.


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03-15-2004 19:29:54

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 Re: Re: Re: Fluids for Model C Allis in reply to JDBob, 03-10-2004 05:04:24  
The steering will probly need to come apart be washed out and re packed with greese and then ajusted after asembly It wasent to bad on our ca I dont know about a c the steering had oil in it but it will probly leek so we put greese init It might have said that in the IT manual Thomas

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