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Headingfool82

12-16-2017 09:58:09




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1967 4000. I am getting water in my transmission. I was told there is an o ring on the shifters under the spring. Does anybody have any input on this or know how to access the o ring.




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showcrop

12-19-2017 13:39:35




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 Re: Water in tranny in reply to Headingfool82, 12-16-2017 09:58:09  
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It is very clear that it is a difficult concept to understand.



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Sean in PA

12-17-2017 11:54:22




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 Re: Water in tranny in reply to Headingfool82, 12-16-2017 09:58:09  
How often and how hard do you run it? Running the tractor hard frequently will help boil off water from condensation. If it sits for long periods of time between running it and if it's not run had enough to get everything good and hot then the water from condensation won't be able to boil off and so each time that it cools down after being run it will add more.



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Texasmark1

12-19-2017 12:03:47




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 Re: Water in tranny in reply to Sean in PA, 12-17-2017 11:54:22  
Every winter I think about that subject for you guys in Northern climates. I don't have a problem down here even though I try to get a piece of machinery hot every time I start it.



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Headingfool82

12-16-2017 17:54:45




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 Re: Water in tranny in reply to Headingfool82, 12-16-2017 09:58:09  
It sits out. With in couple months all the fluid looks like milk. Iím jot thinking just condensation. Looks to be a lot of water getting in. All so what fluid should I be running. I was told to run 393 but seeing now 80w90



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plowjockey

12-18-2017 15:06:58




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 Re: Water in tranny in reply to Headingfool82, 12-16-2017 17:54:45  
I put a 5 gallon bucket upside down on over the gear/range shift levers on my '69 4500, otherwide i'll drain a gallon of water out.

Make sure the boots are good and put a bucket on it anyway :)



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Texasmark1

12-17-2017 07:47:52




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 Re: Water in tranny in reply to Headingfool82, 12-16-2017 17:54:45  
I ran that and 134. 134 was noisier but shifted smoother, especially in the winter. Second the recommendation of get it under cover, tarp, shed, or what you have available. A good fitting boot usually suffices for the shift levers but out of the weather is best.



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ALG

12-16-2017 21:42:12




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 Re: Water in tranny in reply to Headingfool82, 12-16-2017 17:54:45  
Buy a tarp.



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showcrop

12-16-2017 16:03:12




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 Re: Water in tranny in reply to Headingfool82, 12-16-2017 09:58:09  
Does it rain where you are? Rain is when the water vapor that is in the air condenses due to a temperature drop. If you get rain, vapor is condensing on the inside walls of your transmission at the same time and it adds up over a few months.



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Destroked 450

12-16-2017 14:42:11




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 Re: Water in tranny in reply to Headingfool82, 12-16-2017 09:58:09  
Does it sit out?

Some may leak in around the shifters but most times it condensation from temperature changes that causes the trans case to sweat.

My got water in the trans even with a canopy on the tractor.

Drain it out and put in some fresh.



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