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J D 40 final drive

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broken wheel

09-15-2020 18:12:05




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Where to add oil to final drive. Book doesn't show it. Thank you very much for your help.




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James Howell

09-16-2020 06:01:26




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 Re: J D 40 final drive in reply to broken wheel, 09-15-2020 18:12:05  
"Where to add oil to final drive"

Hope this helps.



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broken wheel

09-16-2020 09:52:50




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 Re: J D 40 final drive in reply to James Howell, 09-16-2020 06:01:26  
Thank yu for your help. Found the plug in the drawing. Looks like it's gonna be fun pouring oil sideways.



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M-MAN

09-16-2020 18:48:24




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 Re: J D 40 final drive in reply to broken wheel, 09-16-2020 09:52:50  
Use a quart squeeze bottle. Easy peasy.



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hotflashjr

09-17-2020 04:43:59




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 Re: J D 40 final drive in reply to M-MAN, 09-16-2020 18:48:24  
A Funnel with an extension works well. I got a metal one with a two foot bendy pipe.

Also, you can buy hand pumps. I got one from Amsoil and it works great on 5 gallon pails as well as gear oil containers.

Fail safe - Make a funnel out of a cereal box front. Use the tallest cereal box you have. It can be bent in many ways and rolled into a tube to fit into the filler hole.



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James Howell

09-17-2020 09:38:10




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 Re: J D 40 final drive in reply to hotflashjr, 09-17-2020 04:43:59  
"Also, you can buy hand pumps. I got one from Amsoil and it works great on 5 gallon pails as well as gear oil containers"

Agree.

We have at least 4 to 5 pumps on various 5 gallon buckets.



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Pcsaw

09-15-2020 18:49:37




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 Re: J D 40 final drive in reply to broken wheel, 09-15-2020 18:12:05  
Underneath there should be a plug that either takes a half inch ratchet or an Allen wrench to take out above the bottom pan



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broken wheel

09-16-2020 09:57:55




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 Re: J D 40 final drive in reply to Pcsaw, 09-15-2020 18:49:37  
Thank you for your help.



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