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04-30-2002 19:15:47

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I have a 48 Farmall Cub. The I&T Shop Service manual shows that each Final Drive unit holds 1 and 3/4 pints of lubricant. Where do you check the fluid and how do you add any if needed?

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05-01-2002 00:26:35

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 Re: Final Drive Unit in reply to Dwight, 04-30-2002 19:15:47  
Dwight, there is a 1/2 " female plug on each final drive housing that a 1/2 " drive ratchet will fit. Take the plug out and fill to where the oil starts running out from around your funnel. That means its full and at proper level.

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Farmer Bob

05-01-2002 19:50:26

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 Re: Re: Final Drive Unit in reply to Merlin, 05-01-2002 00:26:35  
Merlin, Thanks for correcting me. Upon closer inspection on mine I see the plugs. The side I looked at (Left) it was behind the drawbar bracket. I stand corrected.//FB

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05-01-2002 22:20:45

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 Re: Re: Re: Final Drive Unit in reply to Farmer Bob, 05-01-2002 19:50:26  
Thats allright Farmer Bob, you probably know a hundred times more about tractoring than I do. I've been using the same Super A since 1950 thinking I knew all about it. Come to find out when I got this computer that I didn't know nothing at all about it.

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Farmer Bob

04-30-2002 22:26:20

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 Re: Final Drive Unit in reply to Dwight, 04-30-2002 19:15:47  
There is no check plug and the only way to add is to remove all the bolts and lower the pans on the bottom to add the lube. Prolly a good idea to do this anyway as condensation likes to collect down there over a winter season.//FB

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