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MF 35 oil drain plug

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Cormiers Cove

05-12-2019 20:00:12




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MD 35 diesel perkins. 1964 deluxe. What are my options to replacing the original oil drain plug with something else that is not the lowest point on the tractor. I would hate to knock this off only to run it dry without knowing.
This is the original type of plug as per Agco parts manual online for my serial number.

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John Deere D

05-13-2019 06:52:12




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 Re: MF 35 oil drain plug in reply to Cormiers Cove, 05-12-2019 20:00:12  
IF drain Plug is NPT (National Pipe Thread):

Bob...



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DavidP, South Wales

05-13-2019 01:04:42




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 Re: MF 35 oil drain plug in reply to Cormiers Cove, 05-12-2019 20:00:12  
Hi,
The hex-headed transmission drain plug 884 691M1 and washer 180 474M1 should be suitable. The depth of the head is only about 3/8" max.

DavidP, South Wales



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DavidP, South Wales

05-13-2019 01:06:38




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 Re: MF 35 oil drain plug in reply to DavidP, South Wales, 05-13-2019 01:04:42  
If the sump, oil pan thread is tapered you should be able to tap it to parallel. You may find that it is worn and a parallel plug will fit satisfactorily.

DavidP



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fbh44

05-13-2019 00:00:08




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 Re: MF 35 oil drain plug in reply to Cormiers Cove, 05-12-2019 20:00:12  
I would not use brass, it would be weak. UP ahead in front, you could mount a brush-catcher, or a bumper, or some sort of larger steel thing to intercept brush and limbs and stuff, before it hits the drain.



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SkipperII

05-12-2019 20:19:29




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 Re: MF 35 oil drain plug in reply to Cormiers Cove, 05-12-2019 20:00:12  
You could lower the risk by replacing the plug with a hex head brass plug, but the drain needs to be at the low point.



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