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    1025R Front Axle Oil

    What oil does the front axle take? I can't seem to find this in the manual, all i see is this "Add approximately 2.8 L (3.0 qt) of recommended oil through dipstick fill opening until oil level is correct."

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    It takes hydraulic oil. Use the same oil as you would in the transmission, low vis Hygard or regular Hygard.
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    Grumble, grumble....

    Just checked mine for the first time at 195 hours. No visible leaks, but I had to add a quart. Makes me mad that I didn't check it beforehand.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Myasis Dragon View Post
    Just checked mine for the first time at 195 hours. No visible leaks, but I had to add a quart. Makes me mad that I didn't check it beforehand.
    Myasis,

    I experienced the same thing at around 300 hours. No visible leaks or oil on the garage floor but, one day, the front end was making an unusual metal-to-metal type noise. I drove back to the garage and checked the axle oil level and the dip stick was dry. Yikes! I check it a lot more often now-a-days.
    Last edited by Adamski; 08-14-2014 at 08:27 AM.
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    I had the same question a while back and someone pointed out that the oil type is on a label under your hood. Same as your transmission fluid.


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    I'm at 160 hours and never checked it. I will tomorrow.
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    mine is at 85 hours and dry on dip stick

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    Quote Originally Posted by mike w View Post
    mine is at 85 hours and dry on dip stick
    That's not good, especially if you've been in 4 wheel drive a lot. I would take the vent screws out, take the dip stick out and drain it and replace. One reason is to get any debris out from inadequate lube, the second is so the dealer won't see Anything in oil if it goes bad.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Firemark View Post
    That's not good, especially if you've been in 4 wheel drive a lot. I would take the vent screws out, take the dip stick out and drain it and replace. One reason is to get any debris out from inadequate lube, the second is so the dealer won't see Anything in oil if it goes bad.
    These front axles are always "in four wheel drive". Unbelievable that Deere has us running light hydraulic fluid in a low speed axle assembly.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff B View Post
    These front axles are always "in four wheel drive". Unbelievable that Deere has us running light hydraulic fluid in a low speed axle assembly.
    That's true. Even in 2WD the front tires are driving the front differential and spinning the drive shaft. It makes you wonder what the difference is between a 1-series front axle and a GEN-1 2-series front axle. On the GEN-1 2-series front axles they use 80W90 gear oil.

    Oddly the new GEN-2 2-series uses standard Hy-Gard hydraulic oil in the front axle as does the 3-series like the 3033R.
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