I'm in process of changing hydraulic fluid in my 1964 3020 gas power shift. The manual shows 2 drain plugs. I found the one further back. For the front one, there are several hex heads of the same size. I don't want to remove the wrong one by mistake and cause some problem. Can anyone describe or post a pic of the drain plug location??
Re: 3020 Power shift hydraulic drain plug locations in reply to lakenseagt, 02-11-2019 10:50:49
Thanks to Tx Jim, Mike M, Kansas4010 and SVcummins for the quick responses and tips. I'll probably get a chance to look for it again on Wednesday.
My hydraulic oil cooler has had a slow leak for a few years that has gotten worse. I had taken it to a radiator shop one time, but they said it didn't leak. Maybe they didn't put enough pressure to it. In the past couple months, the fuel line had rubbed a slit in it (near the hydraulic pump) and the radiator was leaking at the top tank joint (2nd time), so I decided it was time to replace some $$$ parts.
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