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This is a 1997 or newer transmission according to the casting number for the side case - I'm thinking its a 1997. Never used - never had oil in it. It had some rust in a few spots so I sandblasted it and painted it with some red paint I had. I didn't do the hubs.
I decided to replace the seals and gasket since its been sitting for all these years.
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I'm new to this site, and have a basic question. I have a 1986 312A, with 865 hours on it on which the hydrostatic transmission fluid has never been changed. Is it necessary/recommended to change the fluid at this point, or not? What replacement fluid should I use? Is the NAPA 1410 the best filter to use? Thanks, Barry
I am currently towards the end of a 1276 restoration project, I just got everything back together and sent power to the transmission for the first time. Without the pump on and the gear in neutral, I can spin the axels by hand, one goes one way, the other, the other way, giving me indication that I don't have a differential problem. When I put power to it, everything appears to work as advertised, except when in gear I can stop the Axel from spinning with my hand, little to no resistance. I do have a bit of a rigging problem from worn linkage, but I can move the cam by hand to get it fully in gear. The tow gear in completely closed. Just flushed and filled with fluid. I have not changed the filter.
Any idea on why there seems to be no power in the axels??