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    Brush hog gear box

    Doing a maintenance on a older brush hog, checked the gear box for oil level and stick came out looking like coffee........not good, moisture has gotten to the oil......how do I get oil out w/ no drain plug? googled this issue and "Ask Tractor Mike" came to the rescue. got something like this from Advanced Auto.......seems like a handy item for the garage.....So don't forget to check those gear boxes, especially if implement is stored outside.
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    Yep those work good! Used them few times.


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    That's a Sulleybear grease gun

    Quote Originally Posted by fdmars View Post
    Doing a maintenance on a older brush hog, checked the gear box for oil level and stick came out looking like coffee........not good, moisture has gotten to the oil......how do I get oil out w/ no drain plug? googled this issue and "Ask Tractor Mike" came to the rescue. got something like this from Advanced Auto.......seems like a handy item for the garage.....So don't forget to check those gear boxes, especially if implement is stored outside.
    https://www.google.com/url?sa=i&rct=...60957493904876
    Somewhere on here is a post by Sulleybear who owns something similar. He had a neighbor complain it wasn't a good grease gun, lol. I guess it's all about having the right tool.

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