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tractorkid1
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2006-10-14          135933


I own a TC30 and I popped a hydraulic line. I tightened that up can I use AW32 hydraulic fluid in it ?

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earthwrks
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2006-10-14          135939


No Owner's Manual?

My TC33D uses a very thin fluid which sounds like the spec you gave but not sure (mine is a hydrostat so it may different) ....

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tractorkid1
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2006-10-16          135964


nope no manual.... Going to dealer today to find out. I added the AW32 hydraulic fluid yesterday and found that I still have a leak, looks like a hose. Will let you know. Thank you very much for your input. ....

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tasman
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2006-10-16          135989


TC30 Owner Manual specs NH134 hydraulic oil for Transmission, Rear Axle and Hydraulic System.
9 x 3 transmission total capacity 8.6 gal
HST trans 8.8 gal
Filler cap is to left of dipstick. Fill to between the "add" mark and the "full" mark on the dipstick.
Hydraulic oil filter gets changed on first 50 hours then every 300 hrs there after. ....

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tasman
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2006-10-16          135990


NH part is M2C134-D or compatible equivilant ....

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tractorkid1
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2006-10-16          135992


Thanks guys. Got to the dealer this morning, they told me that AW32 hydraulic fluid is a universal type hydraulic fluid, I also use it in my log splitter. As "tasman" pointed out New Holland recommends NH134 fluid, which I now have. I also now have an Owners Manual for my tractor. I have to bring them my hydraulic hose, it split, the dealer said it might be under warranty, they'll send it back to New Holland. Thanks again. ....

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SURRYEQUIP
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2006-10-31          136446


Please use high quality hydraulic oil that meets JD303 specs such as NAPA 85-405 or similar- $2 per gallon saved on cheap oil is false economy. What line failed? ....

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2006-10-31          136455


Don't have an exact name for the line, but it was directly over the hydraulic filter, small hose about 3 or 4 inches long, it split lengthwise. This is my first tractor and I'm learning slowly but surely. Put on my quickhitch today, took me a few hours but I finally got it on. ....

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2006-10-31          136457


Is this a steel line? I have seen steel split lengthwise but never rubber, unless it was cut, abraided, or crushed. If it is a steel line I'd consider using a rubber one. From an engineering standpoint, if the steel line was made properly (and quite possible it wasn't if the split ocurred on or next to the seam where it was welded---look inside to see the weld) then the next thing I'd look for is twisting or torquing longitudinally between the components it's attached to. If that is the case, then it will likely happen again, which is another reason I'd go with a rubber one. ....

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2008-03-05          151919


use 134 newholland hyd fluid ....

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Art White
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2008-03-06          151978



I like the CaseIH Hytran for colder climates or the Super UDT fom Kubota. The Ultra Hytran is about a 10 to fifteen weight vs a 30 weight that is standard for most generic hydraulic fluids. Super UDT is just a bit thinner yet at about a 5 weight. ....

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