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Re: Sorry, another 134 vs 80w90 fluid question

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Jim.UT

04-09-2003 08:42:32




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So what exactly will be the dire consequence of getting a little 80W-90 mixed in the hydraulic system? Is it gonna blow up? Cause irreparable damage to critical parts? I have a hard time believing that. I tried 134 in everything and the axle trumpets leaked with the thinner stuff in there. I feel that the best prevention of damage lies not in what you use but how often you change it. Regular fluid changes will prevent more damage than 134 in the diff and trans.

I'm not a mechanic nor a Ford expert. I just feel like the New Holland quote the party line because that's what they have to sell.

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Phil (VA)

04-09-2003 10:22:44




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 Re: Re: Sorry, another 134 vs 80w90 fluid question in reply to Jim.UT, 04-09-2003 08:42:32  
I agree. That's exactly my experience also.



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Jon (IN)

04-09-2003 11:52:18




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 Re: Re: Re: Sorry, another 134 vs 80w90 fluid question in reply to Phil (VA), 04-09-2003 10:22:44  
Thanks for the replies.... I think I will run 80w90 in the tranny and rear and run 134 in the hydraulic. I was more scared about 80w90 in the hydraulic system. Sounds like the 134 is more likely to leak into the rear end.

Thanks again for the replies... Hope to get the old tractor rolling again this weekend. Been a long drawn out project but now that the tractor is coming back together, I am anxious to run it a little bit.

Jon

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