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821 lube question

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John in Austin TX

04-01-2003 11:39:02

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I would like to change the transmission and differential (if that is what it is called on a tractor) lube on a 1958 821. It does not have a three point hitch but does have a PTO for the backhoe. Transmission is a 4 speed. Do I just use 90W or is there something else I should put in it? Thanks in advance, John in Austin

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04-03-2003 07:55:39

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 Re: 821 lube question in reply to John in Austin TX, 04-01-2003 11:39:02  
John your tractor is an 1821 Industrial. Take a look at this site and see if it helps you.

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04-01-2003 16:16:49

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 Re: 821 lube question in reply to John in Austin TX, 04-01-2003 11:39:02  
You have a 1821 model, you can use either 134 hydraulic/transmission oil or 80w90 gear oil since you do not have a 3 point hitch, put about 2 gallon in the hydraulic compartment since I do not believe yours has a dipstick to check the level and fill by removing the seat mount plate and seal it when reinstalling.

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John in Austin TX

04-02-2003 11:06:05

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 Re: Re: 821 lube question in reply to Scott, 04-01-2003 16:16:49  
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Scott, Is my tractor a Hundred and one series or thousand series. What is the diffrence in the 801series and the 1821? I figured it was a 821 even though it showed 1821 on the hood. John

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04-01-2003 14:59:06

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 Re: 821 lube question in reply to John in Austin TX, 04-01-2003 11:39:02  
Here's a link to a thread on the subject from the past. The "right" stuff for your diff is a matter of preference, but do the research first. Then do what you feel is best.

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