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Case DC4 How much Oil?

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James.01

06-01-2006 19:47:27




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Hello I am a farmall guy but My shop teacher has a case WD4 in the shop, and we were working on it as a favour for a friend. He asked our shop teacher to have us do some general matience, and get the tactor running, we got it running but now we want to change the oil in the engine and in the transmission, but we have no clue how much oil to put back in. We would be very happy for any advice.
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It is A Case DC4 from the 40"s

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Roger A. NY

06-02-2006 05:22:11




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 Re: Case DC4 How much Oil? in reply to James.01, 06-01-2006 19:47:27  
Just a reminder as you may already know that you need to drain the clutch housing when you change the engine oil. The clutch housing will refill with the engine oil, from the engine, after you start it but will not drain from the engine. Roger



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Tom Railsback

06-01-2006 22:36:50




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 Re: Case DC4 How much Oil? in reply to James.01, 06-01-2006 19:47:27  
The crankcase holds 7 quarts plus an additional quart for the clutch housing which is filled from the rear of the crankshaft.

The transmission/final drive holds 42 quarts (10.5 gallons).



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Lamont

06-02-2006 12:34:36




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 Re: Case DC4 How much Oil? in reply to Tom Railsback, 06-01-2006 22:36:50  
Is all of that the same for a foot clutch model?



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