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03-08-2012 06:36:19

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recently purchased a 1968 830 COM on propane with loader. the former owner said he changed the trans and COM fluid a long time ago and used hyd oil from AUTOZONE. i am going to change the fluids/filter and planned on using hytran/ulta because the tractor moves snow and spends alot of time outside. a couple tractor mechanic friends,not case, said use DEXRON 3 because it has more detergent. any comments from the CASE experts. this is my first COM and it's great just like everyone on this forum has stated. THANKS!

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03-08-2012 07:13:47

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 Re: COM fluid in reply to propanedude, 03-08-2012 06:36:19  
We had a couple of 830 COM diesels years ago and used nothing but "Case TCH" fluid in them and had NO trouble ever with them. We used them year around and even in below zero weather to haul cow manure. The local "Case" dealer told us that the "TCH" is a lighter weight oil than the hytran/ultra and works better in the very cold weather if you want to get going right away. If you are using it mostly in warm weather.....I would use the hytran/ultra. It is very important to keep the hyd. and COM filters clean. In my opinion these COM's were just about bullet proof. I spent literally thousands of hours on them and I still love to drive them today.

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