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240 utility hydraulic drain location .

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04-16-2016 05:54:19

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I am new to this forum and need help with a 240 utility . I can not find the drain plug for the hydraulic fluid so I can renew the fluid in this old tractor . I found the tractor at a scrap yard about to be crushed and couldn't bear to see destroyed so I got it . I took parts from a Super A to get it running . Starter and carb . Now I need to renew the fluids . Oil and oil filter for the engine are done . The tranny fluid looks good . Had to find a strainer for the hydraulic fluid but can't find the drain . The owners manual shows a location on the main frame below the hydraulic unit just to the rear of the starter but does not state the left or right side . I have looked on both sides and underneath but can't spot it . I may be blind or maybe it was covered with junk and paint . Please help .

P.S. IT was a lot of trouble to get signed up for this forum . Why so hard ?

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04-17-2016 06:09:40

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 Re: 240 utility hydraulic drain location . in reply to kfnut, 04-16-2016 05:54:19  
Thanks again . I have that manual ordered .

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Jim Becker

04-16-2016 20:44:37

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 Re: 240 utility hydraulic drain location . in reply to kfnut, 04-16-2016 05:54:19  
Top part of my previous post.

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04-16-2016 17:29:24

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 Re: 240 utility hydraulic drain location . in reply to kfnut, 04-16-2016 05:54:19  
Thank you Jim . That is what I needed to know . It's a shame the owner's manual couldn't make it that clear . It probable is once you know where it is . Which manual was this info in?



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Jim Becker

04-16-2016 16:59:08

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 Re: 240 utility hydraulic drain location . in reply to kfnut, 04-16-2016 05:54:19  
Preventive Maintenance Manuals:


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