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Hydraulic Fluid Level (Checking and Filling)

Where do you check the hydraulic fluid level on a Farmall 560? Is that where you fill it? Thanks Darrell

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Hello darrell. yes you just unscrew the plug and fill it full.

Posted on Apr 15, 2009

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    hello darrell. yes you just unscrew the plug and fill it full.

  • Joe Hogan Apr 15, 2009

    hello darrell. yes you just unscrew the plug and fill it full.

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Side window prolly not try the top of the case on foot board

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