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Draining SC transmission fluid

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hayrookie

10-26-2006 02:52:10




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Can anyone tell me if there is a plug to drain the Transmission fluid on a Case SC tractor. I see the fill plug, but didn't see a drain plug.




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steve davies

10-26-2006 14:17:49




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 Re: Draining SC transmission fluid in reply to hayrookie, 10-26-2006 02:52:10  
I have a 44 sc ,how much oil does the transmission hold ,how often should be changed and what oil is suitable ?



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Tom Railsback

10-26-2006 11:35:08




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 Re: Draining SC transmission fluid in reply to hayrookie, 10-26-2006 02:52:10  
There should be a 1 1/2 inch plug on the lower right side of the case in front of the axle housing.



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hayrookie

10-26-2006 11:46:26




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 Re: Draining SC transmission fluid in reply to Tom Railsback, 10-26-2006 11:35:08  
Found it. It was hiding under the rear axle :)

Thanks



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