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1265Trans/Hyd ?

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04-16-2018 13:24:21

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I have changed the trans/hyd oil in my little 1265 numerous times in the last 3 years and continually have the oil turn milky to the point that the suction screen ahead of the pump stops flow to the pump. I have always pulled both plugs on the bottom of transmission housing and even flushed the only hyd cylinder that is used with the tractor. The tractor is always stored inside at night. Where is all this moisture coming from and/or what can I do to solve this problem? I saw on this forum sometime back where someone replace the screen filter with a spin-on filter. Is that something that would actually help? I have several other tractors here on the farm, but this little tractor is so handy around the farmstead that I would like to solve this annoying problem to make it more useful. Can anyone help?

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04-20-2018 08:39:51

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 Re: 1265Trans/Hyd ? in reply to Butch...Mn, 04-16-2018 13:24:21  
I'm guessing some pockets of water are staying in the rear/trans.I'd add a can of Seafoam and run it awhile then drain it again.

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