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Old 02-05-2014
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Has anyone found a source for rando hd 32? I have tried auto parts stores, an rv store, west marine, and a truck parts store. No luck.
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i use john deere hydraulic oil.
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I believe 32 hydraulic is equal to 10 weight oil, your parts store can tell you. Actually little difference between motor oil and hydraulic oil. If you are just toping it off, none.
When I refilled mine, I used Mobile one synthetic.
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I buy mine at my local fuel Distribution Center..."Chevron Rando HD ISO 32" Available in 5 gallon pails.

West Marine has it but you can find it cheaper. https://www.google.com/search?q=Chev...icial&tbm=shop
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My owners manual is very clear on the subject of hydraulic fluid, it says to ONLY use Rando HD 32 or pump may be damaged.
I may have located a pail of the stuff in Tulsa, at Inland Truck Parts. I don't know the price yet. Thanks Robert for the links to the stuff. You must be better at using Google than me, I could not get it to do that!
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Call the people that made the pump.
If John Deere oil is good enough for a $500,000 tractor,its good enough for me.
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My owners manual is very clear on the subject of hydraulic fluid, it says to ONLY use Rando HD 32 or pump may be damaged.
I may have located a pail of the stuff in Tulsa, at Inland Truck Parts. I don't know the price yet. Thanks Robert for the links to the stuff. You must be better at using Google than me, I could not get it to do that!
Brian Rando is a Chevron Texaco product.
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I bought from the local Chevron Jobber.
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