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Ok I'm going to do a spring tune-up on my AC 620. Can anyone tell me if "ATF" is the same as "A-ATF" as is recommended in my manual. And what would be the equivalent to AC 715 gear lube? My local Simplicity dealer has no clue. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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Thanks for the info Maynard, and actually the Simplicity guy said he did'nt know and said I should go to Tractor supply and they would be able to help me. Which they could'nt. Well thanks again!

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Sid I would take the manual with you and wherever you buy your oil you should be able to cross-reference it to their own brand. I put Mobil Synthetic oil in everything on my 9020 & 720.

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Sid read my post on Pow'r Max 9020 Oil Filters. I have swiched from Dexron II to Trans-Hydraulic Fluid, this is a new fluid designed for hydostatic transmission and gear box applications. This should be available at your CO-OP agro dealer. The 9020 Simplicity and your AC620 should be the same. You should be able to get the spec's of this oil from your dealer. I am now using this oil and it works just great in my Pow'r Max 9020. 8D PS: The final bull gears take 90w gear oil. For the motor I am using Purolator L20195 or PER195 same filter. The Fram filter is a PH3600 fOR the motor. I do not have the Simpllicity part No. as it is not in my manuals so I got the motor filter No.off of the filter when the motor was new.

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My AC 720 calls for Dexron for the hydro and 80-90 for the final drives. I am planning to change the Dexron for the equivalent to the Allis Chalmers 821 that I can get at the farm store. One of those jobs I've put on hold for too long. Good luck with the 620! Dave

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