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    Remove vent plug on 1025R front axle

    Servicing front axle tried to remove vent plug. It's not allen or torx (metric or SAE ) any idea
    This is my first post so hope I did it right

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    Quote Originally Posted by 3dranch View Post
    Servicing front axle tried to remove vent plug. It's not allen or torx (metric or SAE ) any idea
    This is my first post so hope I did it right
    What plug are you trying to remove. Basically, you have to remove the drain plugs in the bottom of both steering knuckles and the fill cap. Not sure what vent plug you are referring to.

    Maybe a picture???
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    Per manual I guess this helps vent when filling with fluid
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ray_PA View Post
    What plug are you trying to remove. Basically, you have to remove the drain plugs in the bottom of both steering knuckles and the fill cap. Not sure what vent plug you are referring to.

    Maybe a picture???
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    Number: AT211699
    Part Price: 1.56 USD
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    Description: Fitting Plug - PLUG PT1/16
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    Edited my post.. I was typing the wrong answer as OP was posting more info.

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    Mine is a nice tight fit with a 4mm Hex Wrench.
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    A standard 1/16 pipe plug takes a 5/32 hex (allen wrench) key. Not sure if JD uses standard parts though! Bob
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    Quote Originally Posted by rwmeyer View Post
    A standard 1/16 pipe plug takes a 5/32 hex (allen wrench) key. Not sure if JD uses standard parts though! Bob
    I'm betting it's supposed to be 5/32...

    5/32 fit nicely, but the 4mm was a teeny bit tighter.
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    Yup. 5/32=.1562" and 4mm=.1575", but either should work. Bob
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    Just asking do you really have to remove it for filling. Thanks for the help
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    3d, not familiar with the 1025r, but thinking that would be a convenient fill point...small but it'll work! Remove level plug (#19 in diagram) and add oil until it flows out of level plug hole. Bob
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