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how much hydraulic fluid in a case 1175

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07-30-2014 12:10:39

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I know there are site glasses on the side but i just realized there were also some type of change up to the amount of hydraulic fluid that was needed and some case tractors you had to add more than the site glass showed...and they used a dipstick in the back.-------------does anyone know the story behind this? ---I didnt think the 1175 was included only larger tractors but i have a dipstick and am unsure if it was just used as a replacement cap.

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Case Nutty 1660

07-30-2014 14:18:26

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 Re: how much hydraulic fluid in a case 1175 in reply to james9n, 07-30-2014 12:10:39  
16 gal without filter change, the "change" you speak of was on 1270/1370/1570 tractors if I am thinking right,if you have a loader you need to add the full amount of what you loader will hold with cylinders fully extended. I always figure high on that and ad 4-5 gallons over full with loader at rest, better to be over full in the trans than low

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07-31-2014 21:15:54

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 Re: how much hydraulic fluid in a case 1175 in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 07-30-2014 14:18:26  
You were supposed to over fill 1370 by 5 gallons if the tractor did not have a lube line spraying into the center of the pinion shaft. If it was a newer one that had a lube line than just fill to the top sight glass. The four speed gears can seize onto the pinion shaft if you are running a bit low on oil or on a side hill for some time.

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