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8N shared sump

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matt1325

03-23-2020 08:05:16




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Hey everyone I had a question about cleaning out the hydraulic chamber in my 8N I know that there is a chamber for transmission fluid, one for hydraulics, and one for the rear differential my question is if I didnít drain the rear differential but only drained the transmission and hydraulic chamber and put in 2 gallons of diesel and cleaned and drained that will my rear differential now be flooded with diesel as well?

I never started the engine I just drained hydraulic cleaned and then drained again. I then refilled with GL1.

What is the probability I have diesel in my rearmost differential since it was never drained?

Is there something I can do so I didnít just waste 60 bucks of fluid?

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R Geiger

03-25-2020 19:12:10




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 Re: 8N shared sump in reply to matt1325, 03-23-2020 08:05:16  
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Well heck, the cylinder i got from this site had to have a lot of grinding done on it to work with out binding, since i use the o ring style piston i just, wrongly, assumed,that the cylinder was also from a NAA also..thanks for the correction.



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Charner (MS)

03-25-2020 15:03:48




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 Re: 8N shared sump in reply to matt1325, 03-23-2020 08:05:16  
If you drained all three plugs your ok. I've done that and it works ok. Put your finger in the larger drain holes and see it there is a great deal of sludge and grim there. If so, take off your gear shift plate and you use a pressure and remove a great deal of it in the transmission base.



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Hobo,NC

03-24-2020 05:49:45




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 Re: 8N shared sump in reply to matt1325, 03-23-2020 08:05:16  
I had a re-do sometime back I put the 3 ring piston back in it... Cylinder was nice the back up ring just broke this was a tote in the lift cylinder was never ground for clearance it did not seam to be an issue so I left it alone...



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JMOR

03-24-2020 02:17:29




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 Re: 8N shared sump in reply to matt1325, 03-23-2020 08:05:16  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to seeIf he buys a "new jube cylinder" he will need to do a whole lot more than grinding to make it fit an N! :roll: :roll:



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R Geiger

03-23-2020 19:43:28




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 Re: 8N shared sump in reply to matt1325, 03-23-2020 08:05:16  
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just REPLACING THE PISTON WITH O RING TYPE AND using a old cylinder that is scored up is pretty iffy at best. If you buy a new jube cylinder, you may have to do some grinding on it for proper clearance. compare with old. I had to do some grinding on one last year. I did not like the looks of the bore in the new one and had to do some polishing before I felt safe to put an o ring in it. Make sure the backing ring is in the correct position. Good luck

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Jim WI

03-23-2020 17:41:30




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 Re: 8N shared sump in reply to matt1325, 03-23-2020 08:05:16  
I would drain it and use UTF.

GL-1 has no EP additives and you've mixed diesel with it so just how good of lube will it be?



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matt1325

03-23-2020 14:30:38




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 Re: 8N shared sump in reply to matt1325, 03-23-2020 08:05:16  
Thanks for the replies. I didn t see the darn rearmost drain plug it was hiding under a bracket.
Well I have to open it back up anyways I replaced the piston with a jubilee one but it is still leaking from the top cover so I am going to take everything apart again and try to either hone the cylinder or buy a new one. If it still leaks I will be baffled.

As far as the fluid goes I still have 2 more gallons fresh gl1 so maybe I should just drain all of it and put 2 gallons fresh and reuse the potential gl1/diesel mix.

I hope too much diesel didn t mix with it I put 2 gallons diesel in and scraped and cleaned and it looked like about 2 gallons of diesel went back into the pan. Once again thanks any other suggestions I will do as well.

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TheOldHokie

03-23-2020 08:43:30




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 Re: 8N shared sump in reply to matt1325, 03-23-2020 08:05:16  
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100% and and your options are use it as is or drain and refill. UTF will cost you half of what you paid for GL1.

TOH



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JMOR

03-23-2020 08:21:46




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 Re: 8N shared sump in reply to matt1325, 03-23-2020 08:05:16  
As far as fluids go, all 3 are common. No seals between the 3.



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