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1010 john deere gas tractor
|Barry||I have jd 1010 gas 1964 just I live ontario canada.wondering what kind of engine oil to use?Also what kind of transmation fluid? maybe some could help.
|Dale G. Basgall||Barry, it appears that on tne engine oil John Deere has 29 listings, however the range from 5W/30 to 15w/40 and so it is very important that you consider the minimum temperature where you live and the maximum temperature. For example below zero 5w/30 to 85 degrees. 45 degrees 15w/30 to 85 degrees, 65 degrees to 88 degrees straight 30 and so on.
Straight weight is really good but detergent oil somewhat cleans your engine as it is running.
It shows for the hydraulic oil and transmission oil in the five gallons would be AR69444 Hy Gaurd TM, or the Bio-Hy Gaurd TM TY22044.
Any more info needed just write back on the forum.
Dale G. Basgall
|Barry||JD 1010 GAS 1964 On transmassion there is no dip stick just plug not sure how much to put in?or just fill to plug?also can't find filter if there is one?
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