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Type oil to use in rubber tire loader

Discussion in 'Lubrication' started by Eric D, Nov 13, 2017.

  1. Eric D

    Eric D Member

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    Want to know what kind of lubrication i use in front end (axles, and chunk) my case w-14 is supposed to be filled with
     
  2. Hobbytime

    Hobbytime Senior Member

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    what does the manual say?
     
  3. Eric D

    Eric D Member

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    Don't have a manual and when i try to look at ine on internet can't find one.
     
  4. Hobbytime

    Hobbytime Senior Member

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    if you dont get an answer here a quick call to a case dealer should give you the right answer..
     
  5. Eric D

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    Thanks. Called a dealer to find out what oil use in transmission. It qas like oulling teeth getting a answer
     
  6. Hobbytime

    Hobbytime Senior Member

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    just tell them you want to buy the oil from them and they may be more helpful..
     
  7. sheepfoot

    sheepfoot Senior Member

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    The machine uses 135-H EP lube, a 85W/140 gear lube. The differentials hold around 9.5 qt each, and the planetaries 1.5 qt each.
     
  8. Eric D

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    Thanks
     
  9. Delmer

    Delmer Senior Member

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    Putting oil in it is not going to make it work again. That's not how it works, that's not how any of this works...:D
     
  10. Eric D

    Eric D Member

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    No duh. I was refering to when i get it put back together. Um not that ignorant