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|Greg||Just got a Massey 35, 1962. Being new to Tractors, can anybody describe where to add the engine oil, hydraulic fluid (for 3 pt hitch) gearbox and axle oils? Also what grades.
Thank you for your time
|Big Dean||The engine oil fill neck is on the left side of the engine timing cover the Continental gas engine has what looks like a big pipe cap you unscrew to add oil to it the Perkins diesel either will have a T handle plug or it could have a twist of plug just in front of the injection pump on the timing cover on the left side. I can't remember where it is on the standard diesel engine. We had a service bulletin at the dealership where I was a mechanic & service manager for 27 years on the engine oil from Massey Ferguson that told us to recommend 10w30 and in extrema cold weather to use 5w20. Myself I prefer Shell Rotella T 15w40.
The TO35 and the MF35 used Massey oil M1103 it is an 80/90 wt. mineral oil 80/90 wt GL1 oil will replace it but be sure it GL1 and not any of the other gear oils. if your hydraulics are in good shape you can use the thinner oil that is used in the later tractor. if your hydraulics are not in real good condition when it get hot the lift will not lift a load. the Transmission hydraulic and differential are one big reservoir They all fill through the big plug just to the left of the transmission shift lever. They check with the dipstick in the access plate on the right side of the rear center housing They hole 8 gallons. If I can be of further help Email me at email@example.com
|Greg||Thank you very much, that is all I needed.