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Hytran in Farmall C ,rear end

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Mike S

10-28-2001 09:37:19




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Would it be ok to use Hytran in the rear end of a Farmall C. I have some used Hytran from our 7130 Magnum that has low hours on the oil and I would like to use it. Should I use it?




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David A

11-01-2001 16:59:25




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 Re: Hytran in Farmall C ,rear end in reply to Mike S, 10-28-2001 09:37:19  
I tried Hytran in my Super A and had the gear grinding problem Haas descibes. I found 90/140 W gear oil to be much better (and quieter).



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peewee

10-28-2001 18:17:21




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 Re: Hytran in Farmall C ,rear end in reply to Mike S, 10-28-2001 09:37:19  
I've been using hy-tran in the rear end of our H & M's for years, seems to work ok. We did the same thing, used oil out of our 86 series tractors. Never had a problem, but these tractors are used for light duty work.



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Haas

10-28-2001 13:48:22




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 Re: Hytran in Farmall C ,rear end in reply to Mike S, 10-28-2001 09:37:19  
The Hytran will work fine in the transmission of the C. Everyone has their own opinion about it though. Some same more likely for the seals to leak. I don't think it makes much difference. Also, some say the thinner oil makes the gears grind because the thin oil does not offer enough resistance to make the gears stop turning when you push in the clutch. I think if the clutch bearings are good, it makes little difference. The transmission will be more noisy with the thinner oil, and the C and Super A transmissions tend to have a lot of whine anyway. To give another opinion, I've asked my IH dealer 2 or three times, and he always says to use the HyTran.

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Paul Shuler

10-28-2001 12:44:06




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 Re: Hytran in Farmall C ,rear end in reply to Mike S, 10-28-2001 09:37:19  
I was going to put it in my old C and the guys @ the IHC dealership said not to.They said it would be fine for the transmission but would likely cause the old seals to start leaking. I think it is a lot thinner than the 90wt oil.



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Dick Davis

10-29-2001 03:28:38




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 Re: Re: Hytran in Farmall C ,rear end in reply to Paul Shuler, 10-28-2001 12:44:06  
I replaced 90wt gear oil with Hy Tran in my SMTA and found leaks where I didn't know there were seals.



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Jim

10-29-2001 07:42:45




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 Re: Re: Re: Hytran in Farmall C ,rear end in reply to Dick Davis, 10-29-2001 03:28:38  
Your SMTA is suppose to have hy-tran in it.



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Dick Davis

10-29-2001 18:04:20




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Hytran in Farmall C ,rear end in reply to Jim, 10-29-2001 07:42:45  
Yep Jim, I know the SMTA is supposed to have Hy Tran, that's why I replaced the 90 that the previous owner had installed.



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Dick Davis

10-29-2001 18:04:05




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Hytran in Farmall C ,rear end in reply to Jim, 10-29-2001 07:42:45  
Yep Jim, I know the SMTA is supposed to have Hy Tran, that's why I replaced the 90 that the previous owner had installed.



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