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Hi everybody, I'm on my way to get ready for the winter (snowblower). I have take a look inside the rear tank where the 3pts goes up and down. Its red oil inside...probably transmission oil...
Its that correct or it can Brake something ?

I Just buy the tractor This week and it Will be parked for over 4 gars ago

I have water in my transmission oil...
I have put new filter fuel, and motor oil and filter
Completly drain the fuel tank...because the rust inside...

does it have filters for hydrolic and transmission oil ?

B250 1960 4cyl. Diesel

Thanks you very much for your help !
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Red circled is drain, blue is full level and the last picture is the fill port and yes your transmission lube is contaminated with water and quite a bit. I think I'd drain it and refill it with the correct fluid, run it a few hours and drain it and refill it again. Your owners manual will tell you the correct fluid type.
 

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I know nothing about this tractor, but I have a User's Manual for B275 which I think is much the same as a B250 with a larger engine?

The manual is in Swedish, so it is of no use in sharing it here. I see that the B275 has two filters for the hydraulic oil and you drain the system by undoing one hose clamp on the pipe (suction line) below the gear shift stick, turn the pipe to make it point away from the tractor and let the fluid drain into a container (see picture).

On the B275 there are two drain plugs for the combined rear axle/transmission fluid.

When I read about filter handling, filling procedures and other tasks, I realize that you definitely need manuals for this tractor to do things right. Parts are not easy to find, so properly performed maintenance is very important.

If you can not find a good manual to buy, try the free ones at CMN (Downloading need registering):



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I've gone through the B 275 workshop manual and there is a mention of Hy-Tran oil used in the hydraulic system, the same oil as in my tractor. It is a similar colour to regular transmission oil but it is not. The second picture you have provided shows two pipes connected with a rubber joiner. I think that configuration may lead you to the hydraulic suction filter. It is probably a reuseable unit that will need cleaning or replacing.

This following manual may help a little as I do believe that Hacke is correct that the B250 and the B275 are similar tractors.

If you want to maintain your tractor in good working order, and protect your investment, buy the proper manual for it.
 
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