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Re: trans fluid farmall H

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The Red

04-11-2001 11:56:11

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Bruce use 90W or 85W140. If you are draining the system, it will take 6 gallons. There is the obvious drain plug in the rear. There is also a drain plug on the front of the transmission under the flat plate next to the liftall. That will drain about 2 quarts. Also if you have a flat belt pulley assembly, remove the 4 end bolts and tap that pulley out about 1/4 inch. You will get about 1/2 quart of 90W and WATER. The condensation in the transmission works it's way up into the flat belt pulley assembly. When you get ready to fill the transmission, save 1/2 quart and fill the flat belt pulley assembly. The fill hole is on top of the assembly.

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04-11-2001 12:04:42

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 Re: Re: trans fluid farmall H in reply to The Red, 04-11-2001 11:56:11  
is that gear oil or motor oil with that viscosity.

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The Red

04-11-2001 13:06:41

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 Re: Re: Re: trans fluid farmall H in reply to Bruce, 04-11-2001 12:04:42  
As far as I know 90W is 90W whether it is titled gear or motor oil.

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Denny Frisk

04-13-2001 08:05:13

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 Re: Re: Re: Re: trans fluid farmall H in reply to The Red, 04-11-2001 13:06:41  
90W is gear oil. It has about the same viscosity or "Thickness" as 50W motor oil.

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