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Posted February 10, 2013 - 10:49 PM

I use Dexron III ATF in mine. I think most guys do.

 

M-1110 would be MF's fluid. I've never seen it myself.

 

Dextron III is the replacement for type "F" , most all the the Hydro's can use either ATF or their own brand of Hydraulic fluid. JD. uses Hy-Gard or Dextron III in thieir GT's.


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Posted February 10, 2013 - 10:57 PM

I use Dexron III ATF in mine. I think most guys do.

 

M-1110 would be MF's fluid. I've never seen it myself.

 

Well.....now you can say you've seen it!

 

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Not sure it sold but it was list on Ebay as follows:

 

VINTAGE 2 IMP GAL MASSEY-FERGUSON M1110 HYDRAULIC TRANNY FLUID TIN CAN PAIL SIGN

 


$%28KGrHqR,%21p%21FBeS7sR-UBQnZr40,R%21~
 

 

Item condition: Used

 

 

Ended: Feb 06, 2013 14:57:14 PST

 

 

Price: US $39.99

 

Shipping: $31.63 Canada Post Expedited Parcel - USA

 

 

Item location: Hanna, Alberta, Canada


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Posted February 10, 2013 - 11:27 PM

Since you are going to be working it, you are probably right to be concerned with correct fluid.

There are several UTF (universal tractor fluid) suppliers out there that list m-1110 as a xref.

The first paragraph or two of this PDF is pretty descriptive in what they were trying to do http://www.le-intern...e Wet Brake.pdf

The list of UTF suppliers is endless and everyone has their favorite name brand. One of the most available is at TSC
http://www.tractorsu...-2-gal--0806383

If it were mine, I would contact the manufacturer of the rear end (Sundstrand, Eaton, etc) and tell them you plan on working it, what is their suggestion. I would also seriously consider changing the filter and probably fishing around for the rest of that dipstick. That would bother me that it was in there, but as long as its glued to the bottom, it should be no problem.
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Posted February 10, 2013 - 11:39 PM

Since you are going to be working it, you are probably right to be concerned with correct fluid.

There are several UTF (universal tractor fluid) suppliers out there that list m-1110 as a xref.

The first paragraph or two of this PDF is pretty descriptive in what they were trying to do http://www.le-intern...e Wet Brake.pdf

The list of UTF suppliers is endless and everyone has their favorite name brand. One of the most available is at TSC
http://www.tractorsu...-2-gal--0806383

If it were mine, I would contact the manufacturer of the rear end (Sundstrand, Eatone, etc) and tell them you plan on working it, what is their suggestion. I would also seriously consider changing the filter and probably fishing around for the rest of that dipstick. That would bother me that it was in there, but as long as its glued to the bottom, it should be no problem.

 

Oh great. It crossed my mind that the rest of the dip stick could be down there but I quickly dismissed it. Now that you've brought it up....UGH....what to do about it.  :(  When you say "fishing" what exactly do you mean and how would one go about "fishing" to see if the end of the dip stick is actually in the bottom of the tranny? Thanks.



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Posted February 10, 2013 - 11:48 PM

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Posted February 10, 2013 - 11:51 PM

Step one:
Get someone to tell you how much is missing versus the measurements you have earlier in the thread

If a lot is "MIA", step two:
See if remaining dipstick is magnetic

If it isn't, decide if its worth the chance on not separating the tranny.

If it is, I would probably fab a good strong magnet onto the end of something flexible and go fishing around the drain hole a few times.

If you don't find it, it might not be in there.



Of course, it's been fine where it is for some time by the looks... IDK, time to let Sleeping dogs lie?
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Posted February 10, 2013 - 11:54 PM

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Posted February 10, 2013 - 11:56 PM

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Why would there be two of them cut off like that? Is there a reason behind it? :confuse:
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Posted February 11, 2013 - 12:01 AM

Why would there be two of them cut off like that? Is there a reason behind it? :confuse:

 

I was wondering that myself Alan??


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Posted February 11, 2013 - 12:01 AM

Or, are they broken off at the full mark?


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Posted February 11, 2013 - 12:06 AM

I'll have to sleep on this one. Thanks guys for the help thus far. I'll be getting some ATF tomorrow and hopefully rigging up a "fishing" expedition to see what I can catch. Thanks again.


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Posted February 11, 2013 - 12:09 AM

I'll have to sleep on this one. Thanks guys for the help thus far. I'll be getting some ATF tomorrow and hopefully rigging up a "fishing" expedition to see what I can catch. Thanks again.

 

Get something to read too.

It takes forever to fill those.


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Posted February 11, 2013 - 12:10 AM

Get something to read too.
It takes forever to fill those.


Laptop and GTTalk? :rolling:
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Posted February 11, 2013 - 07:12 AM

Get something to read too.

It takes forever to fill those.

 

Thanks for the heads up on the "fill time". Sounds like I'll be performing a "bed side" vigil very soon.


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Posted February 12, 2013 - 05:43 PM

Okay, I'm bound and determined to fill the hydro system tonight. While I'm doing that I thought I'd get a bit of clarification regarding the length of the dipstick....

 

olcowhand says: Full line is 10 1/4" from bottom of cap

 

Gary from MN says: Mine measured 10 5/16" from underside of cap to full mark and 11 3/8" overall.There is no add mark. The width is 3/8" and the thickness is .027". [http://dir.groups.ya...sage/6712?var=1]

 

Do based on this feedback the length from the bottom of the cap to the full line looks consistent but I'd feel a heck of a lot more confident if I could get someone to verify that the overall length is 11 3/8" before I try my hand at fabbing something up. Thanks.






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