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TEA20 gearbox dip stick
|John Hudson||My 1956 MF TEA20 has no "full", (F), mark on the gearbox dip stick. It has a "L" mark only. Can someone measure DOWN from the straight part of the dip stick to the "F" mark please. Have been putting new oil in , but have lost count of how much. I know 22 litre is correct fill. I am in Australia. Thanks .
John the max fill mark is 1-3/8" up from bottom of dipstick
|John Hudson||TEA20 Gearbox Dipstick.Thanks GEEBEE. Looks like acceptable fill is 1" to 1 3/8". What is at the 5/8" mark? Is that as low as can go? Just a little hard to read on picture. I obviously have the wrong d/stick in my 1956 TEA20. But can copy yours onto mine. Thanks, John Hudson.
|GEEBEE||Yes John, 5/8" mark is Minimum operating level
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