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Massey Harris & Massey Ferguson Tractors Discussion Forum

Massey 65

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col ken

06-28-2020 11:13:47

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I have a Massey Ferguson 65 diesel and am trying to figure out how to fill the planetaries with gear oil. There is a drain plug on the bottom of each rear axle, and a small vent plug on the top of each one and nothing else. How am I supposed to refill with gear oil? This is crazy!

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col ken

06-29-2020 17:35:04

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 Re: Massey 65 in reply to col ken, 06-28-2020 11:13:47  
Ok,thanks Farmer Jones for your help. I will go tomorrow and see if I can find the other plug. According to the pic you posted what I thought was the drain plug is actually a fill plug. I just thought that it should hold more lubricant than that. Thanks again!

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06-28-2020 16:13:24

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06-28-2020 15:54:46

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 Re: Massey 65 in reply to col ken, 06-28-2020 11:13:47  
Just did this on my 165. Open big drain plug at the bottom. Drain. Reinstall the plug. Remove the small plug on the rear and fit a transmission funnel (the long ones with the small diameter end) into the filler plug holding the fill end up. Measure and then pour the fluid (1 qt on the 165 and 175 that I have) in the funnel. It should fill it without over flowing.

When draining I use the same funnel to direct the waste to container (stole one of the wife's tupperware containers.) It can be done without a mess.

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