Yesterday I wiggled my Farmall 140 thinking I could roll it on level ground, and it acted like the parking brake was set. Today it was warm so I loosened the drain plug to let any water out. After a couple minutes I yanked the plug out and watched the water pour out on the ground. All in all I think there was a half a quart of oil in the transmission, and the other 5 quarts was clear, clean water. Lucky for me I have not been using the 140 since I bought it (regularly start it though) and additionally, caught the problem before it was destructive. Winter is almost here, use the last heat wave to save the transmissions. Thanks.
Edited by wvbuzzmaster, November 23, 2014 - 10:06 PM.