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Transmission Drain Plug on Farmall 340

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09-11-2019 07:07:19

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Anybody happen to know the parts number on a Farmall 340 transmission drain plug? I have a chip in mine and want to replace it. Looked in the parts catalog and they give several parts numbers. Went to the local Case-IH dealer and he could not figure it out either. Next step is to measure mine and take it in, but I am not wanting to take it out right now (and drain the transmission). Thanks in advance. It is a late 1960 model (serial 6620).

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09-11-2019 13:54:27

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 Re: Transmission Drain Plug on Farmall 340 in reply to bookman, 09-11-2019 07:07:19  
I believe mine are pipe plugs also. They have a opening that I insert a 3/8 drive extension and ratchet to get out. I take out all three when i change fluid and filter. I change oil in the PTO at the same time, it has it's own drain.

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Gary Mitchell

09-11-2019 10:24:34

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 Re: Transmission Drain Plug on Farmall 340 in reply to bookman, 09-11-2019 07:07:19  
Mine are all pipe plugs that you can get about anywhere. gm

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09-12-2019 06:22:56

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 Re: Transmission Drain Plug on Farmall 340 in reply to Gary Mitchell, 09-11-2019 10:24:34  
Putter and Gary, Thanks. I measured and it must be about 1 1/4" pipe plug. I will try the hardware store today. Thanks again.

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