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Old but good Simplicity 4212H

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2019/06/06 16:04:50 (permalink)
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Old but good Simplicity 4212H

Hydrostatic Transmission....  What transaxle oil do I use.... original part number is NLA
 
It needs an oil change.... it has been years

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    Re: Old but good Simplicity 4212H 2019/06/06 20:12:48 (permalink)
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    What is the make and model of the transmission?
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    Re: Old but good Simplicity 4212H 2019/06/24 21:43:10 (permalink)
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    I have been searching for the numbers...  discovered tonight while using a flashlight - the differential is a Peerless 1323.  I have not been able to find the model of the hydro.   In looking on the Peerless site the info for this differential shows an Eaton hydro Model 7 or Model 11.  I am heading to their site later.   But this brought up  more questions 1)  what oil should be used in the differential.  I have the original owners manual (my mom bought this) and no mention of servicing the differential other than checking the level.   Then where is the drain plug for the hydro?  I thought it was the same oil for both units.  
    Owners manual shows the Multipurpose Hydro Oil (case lot) 1685516
     
    any help would be appreciated...
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