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Fluid level for front loader

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11-19-2003 13:07:13

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How do i check the fluid level in the front loader? I have a '59 ford 600, not sure if the loader is anything special.


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Robert E. Runyan

11-22-2003 20:07:47

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 Re: Fluid level for front loader in reply to Alex, 11-19-2003 13:07:13  
I have a 601 that i know absolutely nothing about that had sat for 5 to 10 years outside with no hood or gas tank on it. [had to winch it on backwards because of the loader... ftnally got it home;got it started, found the hydraulic filler plug under the seat ?? anda dip stick below that..[on the dip-stick it says 'with cylihders extended'] Now, my question; Could someone please send me a wireing diagram for this tractor?? [on hood it says 601 Workmaster, serial # 641 etc,

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11-20-2003 16:40:12

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 Re: Fluid level for front loader in reply to Alex, 11-19-2003 13:07:13  
if you have the loader where the fluid is in the loader frame.. its usually 12 inches below the fill plug ( to allow for expansion) but to the top of where the tube goes to the front and around the tractor.. this applies to the 727, 730 and that series of loader.. hth... bill

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