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big o

01-13-2007 13:53:51

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What kind of aftermarket fluid do I need to use in the transmission and do I need to check the level with the engine running or not?

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gary case

01-14-2007 09:13:11

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 Re: 411b casomatic question in reply to big o, 01-13-2007 13:53:51  
i use a universal hydraulic fluid in mine. seems to work good i can see using the Dextron would also make sense. Nowadays you don't know what the heck it is,just like the gas. SAME old stuff. this 411b's been in the family since 1962. THE only thing i always have trouble with is the PTO. This ones a 1959 411b adj frt axle. it's going in the garage as soon as i can figure out this backfiring problem in my little Allis B(ouch). the 411 b has a new engine, i had done. Cost more than the tractors worth selling for. there's no turnig back. Going to try to get it done by Mothers Day.(85) she is. well just wanted to bull. gary

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01-13-2007 18:32:16

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 Re: 411b casomatic question in reply to big o, 01-13-2007 13:53:51  
I use DexronIII works great, I am almost finished on the restoration and went thru all the gears using it in Case O Matic, I've found it is cleaning the more I use it, going to change it again to have fresh fluid, I say fluides are cheaper than overhauling.!

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01-13-2007 15:19:39

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 Re: 411b casomatic question in reply to big o, 01-13-2007 13:53:51  
book says 10w MS-DG, checked at end of operation,oil should be at the second(full) mark Hiope this helps. Wayne

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