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On the 730's slightly smaller and older brothers, there's two large drain plugs on the bottom of the tractor and a horizontal plug on the first reduction gear housing to the left and below the clutch pulley as you look at it. As far as filling it, I plan on removing the shifter tower. I'm not sure how I'm going to get the 2 quarts into the first reduction housing yet. I do have the clutch pulley off so it'll be really easy, but you don't pull the clutch for normal service.....Hmmm.
 

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On the 730's slightly smaller and older brothers, there's two large drain plugs on the bottom of the tractor and a horizontal plug on the first reduction gear housing to the left and below the clutch pulley as you look at it. As far as filling it, I plan on removing the shifter tower. I'm not sure how I'm going to get the 2 quarts into the first reduction housing yet. I do have the clutch pulley off so it'll be really easy, but you don't pull the clutch for normal service.....Hmmm.
Diesel, there should be a smaller fill plug for the reduction gear. Should be a lil to the rear of the crankcase filler cap. At least that's where it's located on the 70. It's a square shaped plug. Just use a small funnel or a tube to fill.
 
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Diesel, there should be a smaller fill plug for the reduction gear. Should be a lil to the rear of the crankcase filler cap. At least that's where it's located on the 70. It's a square shaped plug. Just use a small funnel or a tube to fill.
Good call! :thumbup1gif:

Here's a pic of the similar plug on the 60

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Here's a pic of the trans fill plug on the rockshaft housing on the 60, should be similar on the 730 I'm thinking.

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