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farmguy

03-28-2020 14:27:07




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I brought an 886 tractor. I have the manual and am I correct in that there is one fluid reservoir for both hydraulic and rear end and one filter? So should I use one of those hydraulic/transmission oils. thanks




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Mark Robke

03-29-2020 08:41:12




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 Re: 886 fluids in reply to farmguy, 03-28-2020 14:27:07  
I would recommend either CIH hytran fluid,OR, Shell Spirex, which is the equivalent. Do not use cheap hydraulic fluid. Mark.



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M Nut

03-29-2020 07:40:54




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 Re: 886 fluids in reply to farmguy, 03-28-2020 14:27:07  
I don’t recommend cheap oil. I had to do a clutch and TA on mine shortly after buying. IH dealer (wife’s uncle so I trust his information) said poor quality oil caused it to fail. In all honesty, I believe the previous owner put “lipstick on a pig” but it is what it is. I do know hydraulics weren’t working well at all, then soon after TA took a dump. Put new TA, IH hi tran oil, new filter, and has worked perfect for several years now, mostly used baling hay and chopping corn silage in the fall.

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farmguy

03-28-2020 19:47:08




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 Re: 886 fluids in reply to farmguy, 03-28-2020 14:27:07  
No pic but I paid $9000 with cab, air and 4500 hrs



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jhncp

03-29-2020 05:30:56




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 Re: 886 fluids in reply to farmguy, 03-28-2020 19:47:08  
Where? And IH or German? If it's an IH with that low hours and HVAC it's prabably worth a few thou more



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jhncp

03-28-2020 16:17:12




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 Re: 886 fluids in reply to farmguy, 03-28-2020 14:27:07  
Correct hyd and rear end all one. Like guy said hy tran or prably fleet farm universal . Can you send pic and price of tractor? I had a 886 and liked it and have my eyes on a new one.



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rustred

03-28-2020 14:53:52




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 Re: 886 fluids in reply to farmguy, 03-28-2020 14:27:07  
yes,hytran oil it is, the ih brand.



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