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3212H Part # Help and more?

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JBucketman
Do any of you guys know the belt part #'s for the hydro belt and the pto belt for my 3212H? How about how much and what type of hydro fluid? Is there a special proceadure to filling it to? Thanks for all your help in advance, John

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John The Book Says Sovereign 3212H 1967/68 MFG# 990499/990500 Drive Belt #166172 - 47.1 " type HA Generator Belt #157524 - 39.1" type 3/8 P.T.O. Belt #164146 - 34.1" type HA Power Lift Belt #157230 - 22.0" type 3/8 Use ATF type mircon On Vickers unit. Fill the reservoir with clean fluid. Disengage transmission lever at rear of tractor. Remove The spark plug from the engine. Using only the electric starter, turn the engine over, moving the hydrostatic lever from full forward to full reverse. Add fluid as necessary to retain a proper reservoir level. Once the unit no longer needs fluid and no air bubbles can be seen coming up it can be capped. Reinstall the spark plug. Readjust neutral and test run as needed. On Sunstrand Unit. Remove fill cap from transmission filler tube and lift relief valve for a short period. While holding relief valve up add type Simplicity Multi-purpose Hydraulic fluid or type A, F, or Dextron ATF (Dextron type Mircon is today's replacement for those types as they no longer are made) until fluid is visible in the tube. (Note: The relief valve must be held in the up position while fluid is added). Remove the spark plug. Raise the rear wheels off the ground. With the speed control lever about half way forward depress the neutral-start switch manually and crank the engine. When the wheels begin to move, stop cranking the engine. Replace spark plug and lower the wheels to the ground; place control lever in neutral. Start the tractor. With the tractor running and the relief valve held in the up position, add more transmission fluid until fluid is again visible in the filler tube. replace the cap. This & $1.00 might get you a small Coffee Maynard aka/UCD

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