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|R. White||I'm looking at a JD5105 ,240hrs.on meter,org. owner. Tractor looks like it's been run in extreme dust conditions,doesn't show anyextreme wear,but when I checked engine oil,it was low ,something I found to be very odd on a newer tractor. Any Opinions would be Appreciated ,especially if you are a mechanic.
|charlie||was the engine oil black or fairly clean looking.i work on these machines and for the money they are great.how do the air filters look.what was the service interval like.if the service was kept up i wouldn't be afraid of this tracto even though the oil may bbe down alittle..
|seminolewindranch||these engines will use oil until 100-120 hours big mistake some make is changing the oil too soon when new, change only after 100 hours the first time. I would put a full change of break in oil in it and run it 100 hours before teardown, the rings take awhile to seat on these