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    950 oil capicity

    to hot to work so doing service on 950
    my books are at work how many quarts of oil does this take . I've gone on tractor data it gives fuel and hydro oil no engine oil
    is there a place on this site that I can look it out with out bothering the members ?
    I took out 5 quarts but still low on dip stick ?

    thank you all that will respond !!!!
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    Unfortunately JD currently has all the on-line 950 manuals set as "not viewable" so hopefully someone with a paper copy will be able to assist.

    I wish JD wouldn't systematically take old owner's manuals off-line.
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    6.4 liters (and whatever that translates to in quarts):

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    Quote Originally Posted by AJgrn78 View Post
    6.4 liters (and whatever that translates to in quarts):
    6.8 Quarts.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jgayman View Post
    Unfortunately JD currently has all the on-line 950 manuals set as "not viewable" so hopefully someone with a paper copy will be able to assist.

    I wish JD wouldn't systematically take old owner's manuals off-line.
    Just curious here. Why would you want to see old owners manuals taken off line? And what do you consider as being old. There are farms near me that still have working Model A's in the field every day!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maddog View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by jgayman View Post
    Unfortunately JD currently has all the on-line 950 manuals set as "not viewable" so hopefully someone with a paper copy will be able to assist.

    I wish JD wouldn't systematically take old owner's manuals off-line.
    Just curious here. Why would you want to see old owners manuals taken off line? And what do you consider as being old. There are farms near me that still have working Model A's in the field every day!
    If you're referring to jgayman, he definitely meant that JD should NOT remove old owners manuals, which is just common sense.

    I'll be cynical and assume it's so they can gouge their owners of older machines and sell them electronic copies for idiotic prices.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AJgrn78 View Post
    If you're referring to jgayman, he definitely meant that JD should NOT remove old owners manuals, which is just common sense.

    I'll be cynical and assume it's so they can gouge their owners of older machines and sell them electronic copies for idiotic prices.
    Correct. I apologize if my original wording was confusing. I would like to see JD make ALL tractors Owner's Manuals accessible on-line. Of late they seem to be removing more and more of the older models. In some cases it is manuals for earlier serial number 1-series and similar.

    I've always applauded JD for the easy access to owner's manuals and parts illustrations they provide. Not all manufacturers make manuals available on-line. Among other things I see it as a safety issue for folks who might buy a used older piece of equipment that didn't come with a manual. They can at least go on-line, review the operation and proceed with safely operating the equipment.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AJgrn78 View Post
    6.4 liters (and whatever that translates to in quarts):

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    thank you !!!!
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    OTC cab with glass windshield and wiper, electric heater, JD weight box ,remote electric chute controller

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maddog View Post
    Just curious here. Why would you want to see old owners manuals taken off line? And what do you consider as being old. There are farms near me that still have working Model A's in the field every day!
    Quote Originally Posted by AJgrn78 View Post
    If you're referring to jgayman, he definitely meant that JD should NOT remove old owners manuals, which is just common sense.

    I'll be cynical and assume it's so they can gouge their owners of older machines and sell them electronic copies for idiotic prices.
    Quote Originally Posted by jgayman View Post
    Correct. I apologize if my original wording was confusing. I would like to see JD make ALL tractors Owner's Manuals accessible on-line. Of late they seem to be removing more and more of the older models. In some cases it is manuals for earlier serial number 1-series and similar.

    I've always applauded JD for the easy access to owner's manuals and parts illustrations they provide. Not all manufacturers make manuals available on-line. Among other things I see it as a safety issue for folks who might buy a used older piece of equipment that didn't come with a manual. They can at least go on-line, review the operation and proceed with safely operating the equipment.
    MY BAD! I misread jgayman's post regarding manuals. Thanks for setting me straight.

    It's difficult to say why manuals & other support materials are removed from public access. I think its a mixed bag of reasons. Declining sales, Cost of keeping info seldom used on line, Access to info at the dealership & so on. Years ago, I was told by a JD salesman that when demand on a particular piece of equipment falls below a certain threshold in gross margins the item is discontinued or the support is slowly withdrawn as it becomes declared obsolete. That kind of makes sense to me. It's the same with anything else. Autos, power tools, TV's, you name it. If demand is not there, what incentive is there to continue it. Does JD remove access to info & parts sales in the hope that you buy something new? Maybe.

    Regarding manual costs. If your buying new & spending your life's fortune for one of these machines, you should be cutting a deal for a manual, either in printed form or digital & make it a part of the sales deal. Big mistake not to get the Shop Service Manual & Parts Book at the time of purchase. I don't think a dealer will risk a sales loss over literature.

    If older or obsolete model, if you look around you can find manuals for sale on EvilBay & other sources. I found on EvilBay a digital copy of the Yanmar engine repair manual that JD sold at the time for well over $100. I got the digital for like $10.

    If companies want to restrict their information, then its up to them to police it. The law requires companies to keep repair parts, manuals, etc. on the shelf for a certain number of years. After that..?

    I have a friend who has been running the same 24 inch Stihl chain saw for a little over twenty years. Sorry I don't recall the model. He just had some problems with it & took it for service. They told him what it needed. They also told him they could not repair it because the parts needed, were NLA & the design is so obsolete that they would not even be able to find parts in after market. My friend went nuts over this. I told him there comes a time in everyone's life, when we have to accept the things we cannot control, like old age, sickness & death. Twenty years man, let it go in peace, its just a chain saw after all.

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