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I have never been around a H60, but have had some newer IH and Dresser loaders. Almost always, at least the ones I've been around, you check the oil while running. That vintage probably used Dexron ATF or 10W engine oil, The ones I have had said either or.

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2 hours ago, DWF said:

I have never been around a H60, but have had some newer IH and Dresser loaders. Almost always, at least the ones I've been around, you check the oil while running. That vintage probably used Dexron ATF or 10W engine oil, The ones I have had said either or.

DWF

 

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Nice looking machine!

Although I don't have the Hough H60 book handy, I'll say that like DWF said they usually call for 10w engine oil or Dextron ATF(recommended for colder climates). Unfortunately 10w engine oil is hard to find these days and the "10w IH NO# 1 Engine Oil" that is specified in my manual just got obsoleted by Case IH last year.

I'm sure you know, but just in case. The hydraulic oil is a separate system on these. For hydraulic oil it calls for 30w engine oil(Non-Detergent to prevent foaming) in most Payloaders I have seen of that era.

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might be a few used parts at scrapyards ----- dont know of any new ones. What motor does yours have? Neighbor just bought an H-50, his has the 806 gas motor in it. He did get a book with his.

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My H-50 has red fluid in it defiantly Dexron. It only holds 15 or 16 quarts, It may be a good time to drain it down and check the sump strainer and refill it with some fresh stuff. I don't know if the H-60 had the same converter but once I found the filter number it was easy to cross over to a Napa filter. 

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Hydraulic filter.....WIX 51140

Torque Converter Filter.......WIX 51136

WIX Filters.com

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Unfortunately nobody supports the Hough line anymore. Whats left of the remaining parts are owned by Komatsu, but they aren't any help without part numbers. Most of the engines were IH engines used in other equipment like AG tractors, so some engine stuff can be gotten through Case IH still.

If you get the original parts manual for the machine it goes a long way in searching when you have the part number. Ebay or JenSales can fix you up. BinderBooks doesn't have much for loaders. Make sure you get the parts manual for the machine(chassis), and the engine. They are separate.

There are a few salvage yards that specialize in the former IH lines, and bought up a lot of old IH, Hough, and Dresser dealer inventory of NOS parts. Such as FP Smith in California, Brown International Services in Canada, and I think a guy on here named Tom Brakeall was running a business supporting IH construction parts called Dozer Parts Warehouse(?).

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  • 3 months later...

Hough 60 transmission question I was running down the road the other day headed to the farm and my transmission was slinging oil I had only went about a quarter of a mile and I was about 20 feet from my driveway and transmission got real hot even smoked and sort of froze up right on the road I added more fluid it sat and ran for about 20 minutes and finally started moveing but only inn 3 rd gear and would shuttle forward and back in 3rd only 1 at and 2 Nd didn’t work at all where do I need to look to fix the machine 

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The real hot part never sounds good, sounds like it lost a seal, if it started slinging oil I would look for source and go from there

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You probably smoked the transmission real good if its stuck in gear. ---- --- Find the oil leak first then go from there. You could get lucky and install new seal and run it to get oil back into the shift parts and they could come loose, doubtful but always a chance.

IF that dont work--- I'm afraid it's time for a teardown and manually loosen parts up again, and hope nothing is damaged beyond repair, cause you wont find any new parts for them. Junkyard supply is your only hope and they wont be cheap either..

Neighbor got lucky with his H-50. We loaded over 500 loads of hard millings with it and had no problems, well cept we had to keep the gas truck close by! -- Ya it LOVES the gas but ran like a champ! His got the 806 motor in it.

Best of luck with yours!

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