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Allis B transmission oil
|Scot Warner||A neighbor dropped off a '52 Allis B for me to get running for him. That's done but now there are other issues such as brakes and transmission oil full of water. All the transmissions I've flushed with diesel fuel didn't have hydraulics combined with them. I got a nice transmission/hydraulic oil to put in there but not sure I should flush the system with diesel. My thinking is to waste 7 quarts and drain it out after a while and replace it. Anyone have other ideas?
|Butch||I would fill with oil again, run it and flush it again.
There are 3 drain plugs.
20w non-detergent motor oil will work fine in that transmission. Has worked well for the past 65 years in my B's and C's and they have been worked hard on my 200 acres.
|Scot Warner||Hey thanks Butch. That's what I did. These boys down here barely stock straight 30 engine oil so I used the combo stuff. Made a huge difference already. Quieted the gears big time. Final drives were nearly empty too. I put 90 weight in those same as my wd45. Thanks again.
|Butch||I would drain it after running it awhile and refill with 20w NON-DETERGENT Motor oil.They can order it in for you.
True Value Hardware usually has it.
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