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Old 05-06-2009, 01:51 PM   #1
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rear end oil for A

Where do I check the rear end oil in an A tractor and what type of oil should I use if I need to top it up



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Old 05-15-2009, 06:07 PM   #2
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formulamx91, welcome to Tractor Forum. I just don't know the answer to this post. I have spent a good bit of time looking for the answer but the best I can come up with so far is the Farmall 140 which apparently has a fill to level plug on the upper left side of the transmission case. You might try looking for a similar fill plug on your A. Otherwise I think it would well worth a call to a local IH dealer who I am confident can provide this info.

While you are talking to the IH dealer, that would be a great time to ask about an operator's manual for this machine as well or you can order one at that link below.

http://www.ssbtractor.com/tractor_manual_search.cgi?tractor_manual_make=Inte rnational+Farmall&tractor_manual_model=A



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Old 05-16-2009, 09:27 AM   #3
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As far as the Oil is concerned Im sure it was 90 weight oil as they didnt use Hydralic fluid way back in the day.

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Thanks I figured these old tractors were pretty popular. I have to contact the IH daler any way now my problems have grown. I have a running issue now.

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Sorry to hear about your problem, stick around and join in. What makes a good board great is its people.

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Farmall A

Are you looking to check oil on the Final Drive or on the rear end? different things different locations.

Final drives have a plug that you pull and oil should just run out of the plug - if you need to drain and refill each side takes 3 pints of Case Hytran.

Rear end/differential - holds 5 quarts of Hytran.



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