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white 2-63-15 loader

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08-09-2019 14:20:01

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Finally able to get my tractor running. Took the pump to a pump shop had it gone through. Somebody had been into it before and assembled it wrong. That's the good news. Today I changed all the fluids. When I added the gear oil to the gear box I noticed a leak under it where the brakes are(Both sides). Would that be a seal,a gasket or a packing? I also could not find in my operators manual what type of fluid the reverse-o-torc takes. I assume it's hydraulics.

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08-09-2019 17:44:36

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 Re: white 2-63-15 loader in reply to Meguide, 08-09-2019 14:20:01  
I just looked thru the operators manual for mine and it doesn't say anything about what oil to use. If you find out, please post back so we all know. Thanks, Chris

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J. Schwiebert

08-09-2019 14:41:33

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 Re: white 2-63-15 loader in reply to Meguide, 08-09-2019 14:20:01  
The brake housing have a lip seal to keep the oil in the transmission & final drive. I looked in my shop manual for the oil for the reverse-O- torque. It said refer to operators manual. Send me an e-mail. J.

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08-11-2019 07:11:50

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 Re: white 2-63-15 loader in reply to J. Schwiebert, 08-09-2019 14:41:33  
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