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Robyn Smith

03-17-2002 07:47:34




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Hi, we are working on my father inlaws super H, can someone tell me how much hydraulic oil it should take? Also he says there is no stick so how do we check it?

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Robyn Smith




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Robyn Smith

03-17-2002 15:42:28




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 Re: Super H in reply to Robyn Smith, 03-17-2002 07:47:34  

Thanks for the help guys. Got the lift working good now.
Robyn



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BIG JOHN

03-17-2002 13:55:47




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 Re: Super H in reply to Robyn Smith, 03-17-2002 07:47:34  
Keep in mind what you will be using the hydraulic unit with (equipment). If you use more that one tractor with the various implements you will be mixing the oils. 30W oil does not have an antifoaming agent in it which is in all Hydraulic Oils (HyTran) have. If you end up with 30W oil in a modern system, that aint good.



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Steven@nd

03-17-2002 13:12:06




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 Re: Super H in reply to Robyn Smith, 03-17-2002 07:47:34  
If it has the liftall unit (belly pump) it holds 6 quarts. If it has the live hydralics (distributor pump) then I'm not sure what it would hold.

Steven



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Denny Frisk

03-17-2002 14:27:52




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 Re: Re: Super H in reply to Steven@nd, 03-17-2002 13:12:06  
They're both 6 qts.



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Farmer Bob

03-17-2002 10:11:28




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 Re: Super H in reply to Robyn Smith, 03-17-2002 07:47:34  
The Liftall for both the H and M hold 6 quarts. Just drain out the old stuff and add the correct amount. Most recommend 30w non-detergent oil for the lift all however, some use the thinner Hytran hydraulic fluid. If you use the hydraulics a lot, the thinner Hytran will probably not be the best choice.//FB



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steve c

03-17-2002 09:50:49




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 Re: Super H in reply to Robyn Smith, 03-17-2002 07:47:34  
the book doesn`t say anything about the h but the m liftall is 7 quarts. I would try about 6 qts for the h pump. steve



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steve c

03-17-2002 09:45:26




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 Re: Super H in reply to Robyn Smith, 03-17-2002 07:47:34  
the book doesn`t say anything about the h but the m liftall is 7 quarts. I would try about 5 qts for the h pump. steve



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Al

03-17-2002 12:01:15




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 Re: Re: Super H in reply to steve c, 03-17-2002 09:45:26  
The book says 7 quart. I use hytran in my super H and it is fine.



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