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9n transmission fluid
|Clyde Parson||Can someone please tell me what kind of transmission oil I need to get for my 9n. I think it takes 5 gal but not sure what kind.
|Larry||The one you should use is Ford 134 from what I have read. But if your leaking some it is pretty thin. You can use 80/90 gear oil if that is the case and your in a warm climate. I just use the Rural King or Tractor Supply universal trans/hydro fluid. I flushed mine out and put that in along with a bottle of Lucas Hydrolic Treatment. Mine is working like a charm now.
|Clyde Jones||What weight of Hydrolic fluid should be used in a Model 1700 Ford Tractor. My Problem is that as soon as it warms up my implements will not work.
|rich4||For a 1700 I think the hytrans fluid is recommended, if you have hydraulic oil in there is would be too thin. Also if a continuing problem 1 can of STP per gallon of oil would help a lot.
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