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Jeff Walters

COULD I USE JOHN DEERE low viscosity hyguard!

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RayS
I think type F at walmart is only a $1.30 a quart. I would also stick with what is recommended for it. Also either use a Simplicity filter or a good quality aftermarket filter like NAPA, Wix or Baldwin. I think that the NAPA number that I have on my 917H is 1068 filter. Don`t mess with a Fram filter on these hydro units.

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TimJr
You can use the Lo Vis Hy Gard - it is used in the John Deere 300 series tractors like the 316 which has basically the same hydro as a 919. It is probably a better oil than auto trans fluid. The Lo Vis will let the hydro and hydraulic lifts respond better in tractors used in cold weather. By the way, I think that Valvoline makes the oils for John Deere. Tim

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