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 08-26-2004, 19:53 Post: 94632
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Whats the correct hydraulic oil for my tc35da ? Im up north and dont have the manual.






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 08-26-2004, 19:55 Post: 94634
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Not sure where in Norhtern Michigan you are, but I know there are New Holland Dealers in Alanson, Hillman, and Williamsburg. Hope that helps.






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 08-26-2004, 19:58 Post: 94635
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New Holland tractors use standard universal hyd oil.






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 08-26-2004, 20:02 Post: 94636
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Ive got a pail of ISO 40. Is that OK ? Im at Starvation Lake, 6 mi south of Mancelonia. Alanson is close,but if I can use what Ive got, its easier.






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 08-26-2004, 20:10 Post: 94640
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as long as it says universal hyd fluid. I am not sure what you have is. Some of the other guys might though. Chief is a good one on fluid specs.






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 08-26-2004, 21:10 Post: 94659
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Maybe it doesnt matter,while greasing the unit, I notice the curl cyl on the backhoe has a bent shaft. Halfway along the shaft,about a 3/4" bend down. Whats up with this ? It functions ok and isnt leaking [yet]!






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 08-26-2004, 21:54 Post: 94668
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If it is not too bad of a bend the seal will compensate for it for a while but eventually the shat will need replaced. I can not remember if you can get individual cyl. parts form NH of not. You might have4 to replace the whole cyl.






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 08-26-2004, 21:56 Post: 94670
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Here are the Deere Hygard specs. The New Holland web site did not have any that I could find. For the most part, pretty much any transmission/hydraulic oil that meets the CNH specs. will work.

CNH
Case, Case-IH..... MS-1207, MS-1209,
MS-1210, MS-1
Ford/New Holland..... ESN-M2C41-B,
M2C134-D, M2C48-B, M2C48-C,
M2C159-B/C, 159B/C, M2C86-B,
FNHA-2-C-200, FNHA-2-C-201

I am not sure what stores or dealers are around you but if worst comes to worst you can use Walmart SUPER TECH HEAVY DUTY TRACTOR HYDRAULIC AND TRANSMISSION OIL. It is made by Specialty Oil Company which is a branch of Pennzoil-Quaker State. It meets John Deere's JDM J20C specs and that should meet the CNH specs as well.

For the most part, hydraulic oil is 30 weight oil with special additives for use in transmission sumps and hydraulic systems. Weights of the oils vary but most are a version of one type of 30 weight or another.

A side note would be that as a good practice, it is not best to mix different types of oils but I think you will be fine to use the Wally World oil, Hygard, or other Locally available oils for top off. Just check the label to be sure the oil meets the CNH specs for your machine. You owner's manual should cover what spec. oil is required.

I would get that cylinder tended to ASAP. It may not be leaking and still functions fine but the piston rod has been weakened in the dented area and will be prone to failure in that area. When and if it does it will fail spectacularly. Best to get it repaired, in this case replaced before that happens and potentially damages the cylinger casing or causes and accident of injury.






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 08-26-2004, 22:24 Post: 94674
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Really strangewith this rod, no visible sign of any impact or abrasion, its just buckeled halfway up.Warranty issue ?






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 08-26-2004, 22:40 Post: 94677
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It very well could be depending on how old your tractor is. It is a very good chance as long as what you say is right and there is no signs on abuse or misuse. Good Luck






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