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HELP! Case Dual Range Transmission capacity

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Mills

02-18-2010 18:21:43




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I have a Case 711-B LP tractor that I inherited with the property I bought. I am currently in the process of changing all of the fluids on this machine so I can actually use it. Does anyone know the transmission capacity for the gear oil? I have already added 20 gallons to a dry trans case. Only 15 gallons of water and lube came out but I am still sure it was low. Any ideas would be really helpful.

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Mills

P.S. I know that I need to buy a book!

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cshess

02-19-2010 05:36:55




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 Re: HELP! Case Dual Range Transmission capacity in reply to Mills, 02-18-2010 18:21:43  
Not sure of 700 but it might have common sump for hyd also an important that be confirmed. Total for both is 17 gal i think an it should be case tch or hy trans. If your 700 has a fill plug at rear at top of pto housing they are seperate. If no fill plug it has a common sump an there is also a filter at bottom of pto housing on all . It is at bottom an is held on by 3 cap screws. Take 9/16 wrench

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Mills

02-19-2010 16:13:09




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 Re: HELP! Case Dual Range Transmission capacity in reply to cshess, 02-19-2010 05:36:55  
Thank you all very much, looks like I need to drain off a couple gallons from the trans so I don"t blow any seals. The tractor does not have a common sump because a decal advises use of Automatic transmission fluid Type A only for the hydraulics. Thank you all very much once again!



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Redcru

02-18-2010 19:48:41




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 Re: HELP! Case Dual Range Transmission capacity in reply to Mills, 02-18-2010 18:21:43  
Mills: According to my books, it should hold 60 quarts, or 15 gallons. Hope this helps. P.S. I looked again and on the 700 series there is a level plug for the transmission on the right side under the step in the transmission housing, ahead of the hyd pump housing. Redcru



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Gene Dotson

02-18-2010 19:45:02




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 Re: HELP! Case Dual Range Transmission capacity in reply to Mills, 02-18-2010 18:21:43  
Transmission and rear axle capacity is 15 gallons. Transmission oil level check plug is on right side of transmission housing to the rear of the brake housing... Gene



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Mills

02-18-2010 18:53:47




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 Re: HELP! Case Dual Range Transmission capacity in reply to Mills, 02-18-2010 18:21:43  
Oh yeah, no dipstick! That I can find anyway. If it was like an old Deere you would just fill until it almost overflows. I am filling through the rather large plug under the PTO lever on the Left of the seat.



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