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Fluid In M tranny

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Don from Illinois

01-11-2002 14:16:12




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What type of lubricant should I use for a replacement in tranny? Any tricks for best drainage?




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I would recommend that you use some

01-13-2002 16:20:10




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 Re: Fluid In M tranny in reply to Don from Illinois, 01-11-2002 14:16:12  
As to any tricks that will assist drainage--try removing the drain plug located at the lowest point of the transmission. It is much more effective than trying to siphon out old oil.



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Jim

01-13-2002 04:13:28




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 Re: Fluid In M tranny in reply to Don from Illinois, 01-11-2002 14:16:12  
I loosened the bolts on my belt pulley assembly and was surprised to see the water run out. Then came this oil and water mixed yellow slime. I left it drain overnight. Will this also happen on an H?



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Jim

01-13-2002 04:13:15




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 Re: Fluid In M tranny in reply to Don from Illinois, 01-11-2002 14:16:12  
I loosened the bolts on my belt pulley assembly and was surprised to see the water run out. Then came this oil and water mixed yellow slime. I left it drain overnight. Will this also happen on an H?



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Haas

01-12-2002 06:32:41




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 Re: Fluid In M tranny in reply to Don from Illinois, 01-11-2002 14:16:12  
You can use either HyTran or 80W-90 gear oil. Either will be fine. be sure to drain the front plug too. It's under the center of the tractor at the front of the transmission. It's a small plug. And as the others said, take the bolts loose that hold the belt pulley shaft assembly out and slide the assembly out about an inch to let that drain. put about a quart of oil in through the fill plugh on the belt pulley when you refill. The pulley is lubed from the transmission and drains back to the transmission, but there is a small sump up there that needs to be filled. Oil only gets up there by splashing or being slung up there by the gears. Also when you drain, leave her sit with the plugs out for 24 hours to get out all the old oil you can.

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Jcnc

01-11-2002 14:52:41




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 Re: Fluid In M tranny in reply to Don from Illinois, 01-11-2002 14:16:12  
there is another drain plug up front of the tranny, and people on this board suggest pulling the belt pully out an inch or so, as water tends to condense up there..



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Dave_Id

01-11-2002 14:33:21




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 Re: Fluid In M tranny in reply to Don from Illinois, 01-11-2002 14:16:12  
If it's never been changed before, it'll look something like black molassis. I use 80w90. After you get it drained, you might dump in a bucket of mineral spirits and take it for a run down the county road, drain that and put the new grear oil in. Don't be surprised if some of the seals start leaking.



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