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Charles Santhuff

04-22-2010 05:09:22

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I have a 580 CK TLB that is transferring hydraulic fluid from the hydraulic shuttle compartment into the transmission/differential. Been thinking about putting TCH fluid in the transmission/differential so I could suck some out of the trans/differentail and put it back in the shuttle when it got low. Good idea or not? Anyone ever had this problem? Thanks for information.

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Charles Santhuff

04-26-2010 05:46:14

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 Re: 580 CK Fluid in reply to Charles Santhuff, 04-22-2010 05:09:22  
mEL, by the "rear shifter opening" do you mean the cover over the transmission where the gear shift is located?

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Charles Santhuff

04-24-2010 16:08:02

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 Re: 580 CK Fluid in reply to Charles Santhuff, 04-22-2010 05:09:22  
We have the same problem. I wonder if a hole could be made between the compartsments at the right level so the fluid would equalize? Thanks for your response.

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04-25-2010 11:38:26

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 Re: 580 CK Fluid in reply to Charles Santhuff, 04-24-2010 16:08:02  
Hey guys, There is a short pipe up high on the right side above the oil trough in the rear shifter opening that was placed there to slip a drain hose on if the tractor was equipped with a 3 point hitch. On non equipped tractors it was plugged with a plastic plug with a wire clamp which often came off. if that pipe is open it allows oil to transfer front to back, the fix was to drive a large groove pin into the pipe to seal it. It is an easy fix. mEl

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04-24-2010 07:25:05

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 Re: 580 CK Fluid in reply to Charles Santhuff, 04-22-2010 05:09:22  
my CK does this also I have run Hy-Tran in mine for going on eight years works good and in the winter runs much freer

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