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my 560 has a factory bucket loader and I have a growling that sounds like a need for oil, the only place that I can find to add hydraulic oil is on the floor by the shifter and I can see what looks like rear end gears any ideas?

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yes, pull the other gear shift cover off on the right side of the gear shift and that is where u add oil. oil level plug on left by clutch rod. and id hydraulics are slow change your filters.

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Hydraulic fluid storage is the transmission/rear end case. The others are telling you like it is. Fill it thru the top until it is even with the check plug on side.

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12 hours ago, Matt Kirsch said:

If the oil is so bad that it's causing this "growling" the damage is already done. It needs a pump along with an oil change, at the very least.

His complaint is that it sounds like it needs oil added. My thought is the oil is probably  40 years old maybe more, why not change it and the filter. Have seen pretty nasty gunk for oil come out of some of these old tractors and the pump has been screaming for oil and they still work with new oil. Believe it well worth a try😀

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I would change the filter.  It could be plugged with gunk from condensation etc.  I learned this lesson on my 656 awhile back.  New filter problem solved for me.

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