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Stupid H question

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Weekend Farmer

07-27-1999 11:12:11

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My H has a slow leak(occaisional drips) around the PTO shaft. I live in the city & drive 65 miles to the farm on the weekends. I left my manual at the farm so I can't look up the answer before going down this weekend(I want to take anything I need).

1)Where & how do I check the fluid level
2)What does it take (fluid)
3)Do I have a potential problem or is it just another case of old tractors, puppies,& little babies leak


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07-27-1999 13:02:51

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 Re: Stupid H question in reply to Weekend Farmer, 07-27-1999 11:12:11  
Why are you calling your H "stupid?"

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Weekend Farmer

07-27-1999 13:30:52

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 Re: Re: Stupid H question in reply to Mark, 07-27-1999 13:02:51  
Not the H, The operator.

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The Red

07-27-1999 13:37:21

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 Re: Re: Re: Stupid H question in reply to Weekend Farmer, 07-27-1999 13:30:52  
That is exactly what this forum is here for. No reason for you to go through pitfalls I have encountered through the years messing with tractors.

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The Red

07-27-1999 11:39:18

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 Re: Stupid H question in reply to Weekend Farmer, 07-27-1999 11:12:11  
That ain't a stupid question. You can get new PTO seals from Bermuda Ken. I suggest you get two and also a new seal base gasket.

H takes 6 gallons of 90W or 85W140. To check, there is a nut on the clutch side. If fluid drains out then you got enough. It is in front of the pedal just before you get to the clutch housing assembly.

That BIG OL NUT just right of the steering post and underneath the control panel is where you fill. Just left of the left brake pedal. Use a 3/4 inch rachet head to unscrew it. You might want to clean around it first. It attracts dirt.

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