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TOOK A BATH IN TRANNY FLUID TODAY !!

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schaefer72
HI - WELL JUST A NOTE FOR OTHER POWERMAX OWNERS - I WAS CHANGING THE TRANNY FLUID FOR THE FIRST TIME ON MY POWERMAX TODAY - DRAINED AND FILLED THE TRANSMISSION CASE - ALL WENT WELL - READING THRU MY MANUAL I WAS ALITTLE CONFUSED AS TO THE ACTUAL CHARGE PUMP - AND HOW TO CHANGE THE FLUID IN IT - WELL THE MANUAL STATES TO DISCONNECT POWER TO THE ENGINE REMOVE A TOP DRAIN PLUG AND CRANK IT OVER TO LET FLUID AND AIR SLOWLY PUMP OUT INTO A CONTAINER BELOW THE TRACTOR - WELL LET ME TELL YOU - MAKE SURE TO DISCONNECT THE ENGINE SO IT WONT START !! - THE FLUID CAME OUT OF THE OPEN PLUG LIKE A VOLCANO - IN A MATTER OF A SECOND OR TWO I WAS SOAKED IN TRANNY FLUID !!! - I HAVE LEARNED THE HARD WAY AND TRUST ME I WILL DISCONNECT THE POWER TO THE ENGINE NEXT TIME !! - ADD ANOTHER ONE TO THE LIST OF STUPID THINGS I HAVE DONE IN MY LIFETIME - I THINK THAT MAKES IT NUMBER 999,999,999 - ONE MORE AND I THINK I GET SOME SORT OF AWARD OR SOMETHING - SEE YA

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Charlieson
Used to live in Hydro fluid when I was in the navy. Of course it was usually leaking out of one part of the airplane or another. It'll come out of your hair just fine. Gives it that golden shine.

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