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Old 11-02-2016, 01:30 PM
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hi can anyone help i have a International harvester 454 i am tiring to find out what hidrotic oil goes in it year 1970 to1973 if anyone can help it wood be grate thanks i have been on the net cant find a lot about it
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I'd like to suggest you invest in a manual for the tractor. If you search the net, you may find one for free in PDF format or you can buy one for under $40.
https://www.amazon.com/International.../dp/B00CMW0KD6

I don't think the tractor cares too much on the type you get. Probably any TDH (Transmission, differential & hydraulics) type would work. If you go to the tractor parts store, they may have a book that recommends a particular type.

On those older tractors (and why I recommend the manual), it's common for one tank/reservoir to supply the tranny as well as the hydraulics. Instinct may say to fill the reservoir but look closely and you may find a dipstick which lets you know the fill level.
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