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Case 830 differential fluid

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dremling

01-01-2010 08:11:30




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What fluid is recomended for the 830 differential? Case HyTrans? or is a thicker oil required?




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Jim B

01-04-2010 19:35:53




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 Re: Case 830 differential fluid in reply to dremling, 01-01-2010 08:11:30  
This has been discussed several times on this Forum.
The Operators Manual for the Case 800 and early 830, both with Case-O-Matic, says to use 10W Non-detergent motor oil for the Trans/Differential.
We recently rebuilt the brakes on our 830, which included new seals on the brake shafts and a flush-out of the Trans/Diff housing with fresh 14 gallon of oil. The answers I received, for the same question, was to use the newer oil formulations... such as Case HyTran.

I did just that and the Ol' girl shifts better than ever. No grinding when going into gear from neutral and it's much quieter, no bull-gear whine. HyTran has my vote, although our CIH/CNH dealer gets nearly $60 for a 5 gallon pain... Wow!

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bradley martin

01-01-2010 16:08:10




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 Re: Case 830 differential fluid in reply to dremling, 01-01-2010 08:11:30  
You don't say whether it is an early model w/ separate hydraulic resevoir or a later model that uses the entire rear end as the hydraulic oil. If it is a later one, you do Not want to use a fluid heavier than Hy-tran, or ATF type oil. If it is an early model w/ the separate hydraulic resevoir, original recomendation from Case was 90 wt. gear oil. If you do use a lighter oil, you may discover some new leaks!!

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dboll

01-01-2010 10:35:57




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 Re: Case 830 differential fluid in reply to dremling, 01-01-2010 08:11:30  
reply#1-I use hy-tran ultra, it has vg moisture carrying ability, others will have other ideas.



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