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12-10-2010 16:51:33

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just bought this tractor I want to change the Hyd. oil, what to use and how much found a drain plug at the back of the clutch tube i believe this drains it?It has live hyd. any help would be great .

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12-11-2010 03:15:33

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 Re: case vac eagle hitch in reply to Adirondack case guy, 12-10-2010 16:51:33  
an oil with anti foaming is usually best suited for hydraulic use - most engine oils dont have anti foaming but its hard to say if it really matters i mean the systems are still working 50-60-70 years later - the anti foaming may have an effect on operation as you may end up sucking some air in the oil if it starts getting foamy

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Joe (Wa)

12-10-2010 18:36:20

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 Re: case vac eagle hitch in reply to 460anger, 12-10-2010 16:51:33  
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Factory oil was SAE 5 or 10 or 20 motor oil pending ambient temps. I use a general purpose hydraulic oil. Some people use 10-30 motor oil. System doesn't need a special oil just low viscosity suitable for hydraulics. Torque capacity is ~2 gals.

Pic is early 50's model after the return filter was developed. You may not have the filter. Full level is to the lip of the plug opening.

There is a breather mounted on the top forward of the steering stand, might want to check it clear.

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12-11-2010 04:19:57

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 Re: case vac eagle hitch in reply to Joe (Wa), 12-10-2010 18:36:20  
Thanks that helps.

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