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    New Member rjman's Avatar
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    Bains Corner, NB
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    Ford 4600

    Default Re: Ford 4600 transmission fluid

    Thanks for all the responses, I didn't get a manual with the tractor. This is very helpful.
    1981 Ford 4600 Diesel PTO:52HP
    Attachments: FEL, 3PH Kubota Rotor Tiller, Box Blade, Home Built Pulp Power Trailer, Home Built Bucket Attached Row Maker, Home Built 3PH Log Skidder.

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    OHIO
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    2001 New Holland TN70,2003 John Deere 250 Series II skidsteer,1987 John Deere 2155,2013 John Deere 5055E MFWD,2007 Duramax 4x4 truck, 1973 MF 165,Artic Cat 550 Cougar sled

    Default Re: Ford 4600 transmission fluid

    John deere sells Hy-Gard II, Low Viscosity Hy-Gard, and Bio Hygard II. Most people use Hy-Gard II around here. My John deere skid loader actually used 15w-40 engine oil for the hydraulics.

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    stornoway isle of lewis
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    ford 4600

    Default Re: Ford 4600 transmission fluid

    Quote Originally Posted by rjman View Post
    I am looking to change the transmission fluid in my Ford 4600. From what I understand, the transmission fluid is separate from the hydraulic fluid on this tractor. I have seen plenty of information on the hydraulic fluid, but am having difficulty finding information on what type of transmission fluid it takes, how much it takes, and if there is a filter or not for the transmission fluid and if so where is it located?
    Hopefully there are some other Ford 4600 owners who have done a transmission fluid change or others that know the answers to these questions.
    Thanks.
    hello maybe this is a bit late but ive just changed gear and backend oil in my ford 4600. gearbox and backend are seperate. fill the backend in the plug on top of axle below the seat, dipstick is on the opposite side. if ur tractor has a cab the gearbox filler is on the gear levers plate which is under the cab floormat, remove the mat and then remove the plate underneath the filler plug is under it. level plug is on r/h side as u sit in the tractor behind the brake pedals on side of gearbox. just use tractor universial oil for both. backend takes.. 48.5 litres and gearbox takes 12.7 litres. let me know if this helps.

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