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Differencial transmission oil and how to check

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To check trans/diff oil, depending on how old the unit is, a good many of those type are sealed units and you cannot check or add oil to them. Again this depends on the year and model. Check with a John Deere dealer and they'll be able to tell you for sure. Matt

Posted on May 11, 2009

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