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Hi guys and gals. Changing my hydraulic oils on my 1025r. Front axle all done. Transmission oil all drained and ready to fill. I know it calls for 13 quarts, but should I also be able to see the oil when I remove the fill cap or does it sit much lower even when I add 13 quarts? Gonna pour from a 5 gallon bucket. Dont want to have to measure out 13 quarts if I dont need to.
 

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I do not believe you can see the oil from the fill pipe, unless you over fill it. I just pour some in, stop, check the dip stick, then repeat.
Or measure out 13 quarts.
 

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Be aware, my refill took 14 qts. I've heard of at least one other that took more than the 13.
 

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To answer your question, the oil level in the differential is no where close to the fill cap, so you cannot see the oil when looking in the fill tube.
 
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