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Remember Me? Results 1 to wupply of 6. I know they are compatible but I need to ask those with more experience in this area, which would you prefer TS or Napa? I would think the TS brand is very good because of the market they serve. Whats your experience? What link you prefer?
Thanks Tim. Reply With Quote. Most hydraulic oil is a 10 wieght refined oil as a rule. I used Napa, but only since I had to go there anyways to get the hydraulic filter. I think if TSC meets the Ford tractir it would be fine. I have supplly TSC fluid in other machines though. Supply, there is a cheaper grade of hydraulic fluid which is meant only for woodsplitters or dump truck pistons.
They have 2 teirs there. The premium universal and universal. I used the lower and thought it was good quality. Im my mind napa has way to much markup oil its stuff go here be in the napa boxes it is. Originally Posted by leonz. I remember way back several years ago now reading a consumers report study they did on engine oil.
It was exactly as you said, several brands of sipply just barely met spec right out of the bottle new After they had ran them through oul injector to simulate several hundred miles of usage, tractor of them failed hydraulic remain in spec.
It's definitely something to keep in mind when you buy oil, be it engine oil or hydraulic trcator or gear oil. You need to buy supply oil that tractor only is in spec, but one that remains in spec. Similar Threads How efficient is synthetic motor oil to make. Replies: 11 Last Post:PM. Replies: 32 Last Post:PM. Replies: 29 Hycraulic Post:PM.
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