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Hey guys,
Just did my 50 hour today,actually 49.1
. I'm assuming because those 49 hours weren't "real hard" hours is why there isn't much on my screen,but anyway,I'm surprised at how relatively clean it was.
I didn't have a strap wrench for the spin on fuel filter either,which really made it very difficult to remove. I'll know better next time.
Does anyone know what kind of hydro fluid JD uses at initial assembly? It was red in color.
Start to finish,it took me just about four hours. Everything went pretty smooth,except the fuel filter. So hopefully I'm "good to go" for another 150 hours.


Greg
 

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I would guess J20C ... but I may be wrong.

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Factory fill for all compacts is lo-viscosity hygard (j20d). They put dye in it from the factory for leak detection purposes. The oil you get from the dealer will be amber in color.
 

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Factory fill for all compacts is lo-viscosity hygard (j20d). They put dye in it from the factory for leak detection purposes. The oil you get from the dealer will be amber in color.
Factory fill on my tractor was HyGuard J20C ... sorry!

Joe
 
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