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Dimensions for liftall dip stick?

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Dave C

03-10-2001 20:39:09

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Does anyone have photos/dimensions for an H liftall dip stick? I don't know how much to fill it, and have no dip stick. The unit was empty when I tried draining. It probably hasn't been used for generations. What is the approximate volume of oil it will need (assuming no hydraulic lines or cylinders hooked up to it)?


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farmall man too

03-11-2001 12:43:04

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 Re: dimensions for liftall dip stick? in reply to Dave C, 03-10-2001 20:39:09  
Dave, the dipstick is 11 3/4 inches long overall. From the washer that prevents the stick from falling into the liftall to the end of the stick is 11 3/8 inches. Markings measured from the end of the stick that is in the oil are: 2 In. from the end is a line on the stick. From that line moving up the stick is a 1 inch shaded area labeled "FILL->". The arrow points to the line that is 2 inches from the end of the stick. The operators manual states "check to see that the oil is up to the FULL mark on the bayonet gauge".

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03-11-2001 06:34:59

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 Re: dimensions for liftall dip stick? in reply to Dave C, 03-10-2001 20:39:09  
I don't have a dip stick on my M. Each spring I drain the oil into a clean container and use a quart measuring oil can to add it back. That way I can tell how much more it needs. I don't have leaks in the system so I'm confident during the year that I'm not loosing much.

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Farmer Bob

03-10-2001 23:43:26

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 Re: dimensions for liftall dip stick? in reply to Dave C, 03-10-2001 20:39:09  
Dave, The capacity of the lift-all is 6 US quarts. I don't have the length of the bayonet style dip-stick handy but if the unit is empty, just add the 6 qts of Hy-tran or non-detergent 30w oil.//FB

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