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Old 11-21-2015, 05:01 AM
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Default Massey Ferguson 1030 / Hinomoto E2304 question

Hello, I just bought a Hinomoto E2304 4WD with synchro transmission, which I've read is similar to a great degree to MF 1030. I've got some problems changing the engine oil (Toyosha MS142). The oil sump is split in half over the front transmission shaft. A sticker on the fender says (in japanese ) that it takes about 3.5 litres of oil, however I've had to put 5.5 litres in it to show on the dipstick. So now I'm thinking I must have the wrong dipstick installed. It's about 11 inches or 28 cm from tip to the lip of the rubber thingy that seals it. Anyone with a MF 1030 (since I think no one has a Hino 2304) could be so kind to measure the dipstick on his tractor? Thanks in advance.
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