Yeah, there are a couple options in the manual. It's more convenient and easier to buy one fluid. Base call is for API GL-3 or better.
The PowerTran is a Agri rated hydraulic fluid. https://phillips66lubricants.com/product/powertrantm-fluid/
PowerTran Fluid also meets API GL-4 performance requirements.
PowerTran Fluid is recommended for use where the equipment manufacturer specifies:
AGCO Power Fluid 821XL, Q-1826, Q-1802 (Type 55 Fluid), Q-1766B
Case IH MS1210, MS1209, MS1207, MS1206
Case New Holland (CNH) MAT3525 (134-D Fluid), MAT3506, MAT3505
Caterpillar TO-2 (obsolete)
Denison Hydraulics HF-0, HF-1, HF-2
Ford ESN-M2C134-D, ESN-M2C86-C, ESN-M2C86-B, ESN-M2C41-B
Ford-New Holland FNHA-2-C-201.00
John Deere JDM J20C, J20D (“Low Viscosity” grade), J14C (Type 303 Fluid)
Kubota UDT Fluid
Landini Tractor II Hydraulic Fluid
Massey Ferguson CMS M1145/M1143, M1141, M1135, M1129A
Sundstrand Hydrostatic Transmission Fluid
Vickers (Eaton) M-2950-S, I-286-S
Volvo VME WB 101 (VCE 1273.03)
ZF TE-ML 03E, 05F, 17E, 21F
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"PowerTran Fluid is recommended for use where the equipment manufacturer specifies:"Well, their callout for the Jone Deere J14C as Type 303 is totally wrong. J14C came out some 30+ years later vs. 303. Type 303 is banned in over 26 states. Nobody uses 'whale oil' (type 303) oils anymore.