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The Owner's Manual for the MF14 I downloaded here only has the odd numbered pages and I can't find the capacity for the transmission. Anyone know what it is? Does anyone have a copy of the full Owners Manual they can upload to the site? Thanks.
 

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That is the same drive axle as the 1650s and 1655s. You can use those specs.
 
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Thanks Ducky, I thought that might be the case but wasn't sure. I checked my 1650 manual and it says 5 quarts. Wouldn't you know, I only bought a gallon yesterday.
 

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Hate it when that happens.
 

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Got the gallon installed and is just shows on the bottom of the dip stick so I'll pick up another quart tomorrow when I venture into town.
 

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Ronnie, you're still safe at that level to use the tractor. More is better if working them hard, as it spreads the load over more oil, and oil runs cooler. Or being you're in Texas...."less hot".
 

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Yep Daniel, I ran it around the yard a little to get it all circulated and then ran the newly installed 3 point from the parts 1650 up and down a few times. Didn't have any work to do though, just playing. Really, it's very pleasant her, in the low 90's and down around 75 at night.
 

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Ok, I've taken some and I'll try to get them posted. Guess I'll do that in a different post so I can title it.
 
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