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|Robin Pringle||I have an old MF 35 and cannot find where to fill the lift with oil...I've drained the old fluid but cannot find where to re-fill the lift...Only place I can think of is through the dip-stick hole, but that is so small a diameter I cannot help thinking that there must be a better way!
|Geoff Gane||Hi Robin...you fill the oil on through the plug on the steeting box top cover which in effect is the gearbox cover...this is a large hexagonal plug situated to the left of the main gear lever....hope this helps you mate