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|dmichael||what's the spec. for MF35 diesel 1953
do i have to immidiatly change it if it's
a bit 'milky'
what's the procedure for changing?
|rich4||Try the Massey Furguson forum. But I can say if it is milky change it and figure out why water got into it in the first place. Could be just years of condensation. Lots of hyd/trans oils available from either a dealer or other sources, all are similar. I don't know all the drain plugs but they should be easy to spot on the bottom of the transmission area. Change hydraulic filter also.
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