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    Quick question. What are some of the other members doing with their used hydraulic oil? I've changed my hydraulic oil and I'm left with the used oil. Is there something usefull I can do with it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by NotYourGrandfathersDeere View Post
    Quick question. What are some of the other members doing with their used hydraulic oil? I've changed my hydraulic oil and I'm left with the used oil. Is there something usefull I can do with it?
    I return mine to my dealer to burn for heat.
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    Around here you can go into AutoZone with up to 5 gallons of used oil at a time and dump it in their recycle tank.

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    Took mine back to Tractor Supply. I use their premium travelers in both my tractors.
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    Both John Deere dealers near me take the used oil for free. They use it to heat their shops in the winter. One dealer even has 250 gallon skids they let farmers use since they have lots of used oil.


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    We have oil dump stations all over the place around here...as much as you have, no cost, all hours day or night.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bubber View Post
    Around here you can go into AutoZone with up to 5 gallons of used oil at a time and dump it in their recycle tank.
    Our local Advanced Auto has a waste oil tank.
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    Both AutoZone and WalMart Automotive Center here will take used oil.
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    It’s good for a general machine lube which in my case maybe accounts for a quart or 2 a year. The remaining 15 or 20 gallons get used for starting brick fires.
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    I have several clean 5 gal buckets with lids. So when I do my hydraulic fluid change I am going to save it just in case it is needed. Nothing wrong with it when removed at the right time. So if I store it right and something like a ripped out hydraulic line I can save a few hundred dollars and still keep the tractor working till I can afford new. Just don't want to throw it away. My old Massy135 got the used oil from my Water Tender I put it in the transmission and engine to keep it running up to over 11,000 hours when I sold it. Don't do this to your new JD's and I won't do it to mine till just about wore out and leaking fluids big time.
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