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Old 11-25-2022, 12:15 PM
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So this seems to end up as a joke every time it is brought up.

Hytran has proprietary to Case/IH additives in it to promote moisture absorption. If you change your hydro oil every couple of years, this is not an issue. If you expect your cheap oil to last 20 years, well, good luck!

We are talking the equivalent of chicken $hit money difference in cost between the two. Same to the guys that refuse to use the OEM hydro filter, and get one than spins on and doesn't leak... I know which product I will be using.
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So this seems to end up as a joke every time it is brought up.


Hytran has proprietary to Case/IH additives in it to promote moisture absorption. If you change your hydro oil every couple of years, this is not an issue. If you expect your cheap oil to last 20 years, well, good luck! :BlahBlah

Oh here we go again, Green vs Red,vs Orange etc.
Ford. GM, Mopar, off shore etc etc.
Blond redhead brunet.
if it pisses someone off at a little humor, well they missed the humor.
A panther pisses, so does her cub.
Choice is what makes this a great country.
As far as water absorption, I would much rather have the water at the bottom of a hydraulic reservoir with the suction line above it,
than have it in circulation with oil.
But that is my choice and I'm not advising anyone change their beliefs.

Interesting, if a Sundstrand hydro is powering IH, then hytran is the best, if the same unit is powering a Deere then Hyguard is the best.
and on and on with all the others that used it.
Just my take.
yall have a great day, just remember do read the specifications of anything.
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Old 11-25-2022, 02:37 PM
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In a typical old, not serviced when it was supposed to IH/CCC transaxle, what do you typically find?



The moisture stays in the bottom of the unit as a sludgy mess and most of it isn't dispersed into the Sunstrand because of the Hytran. Cheaper fluids just become milky and circulate all that moisture around.
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Hytran has proprietary to Case/IH additives in it to promote moisture absorption.
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The moisture stays in the bottom of the unit as a sludgy mess and most of it isn't dispersed into the Sunstrand because of the Hytran.
Similar to the song "There is a Mountain" by Donovan
First there is a mountain, then there is no mountain, then there is...

Substitute the lyrics,
First the Hytran absorbs the moisture, then it doesn't, then it leaves a sludgy mess...

C'mon everybody, SING ALONG
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lkLp9d7HKuA
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Similar to the song "There is a Mountain" by Donovan
First there is a mountain, then there is no mountain, then there is...

Substitute the lyrics,
First the Hytran absorbs the moisture, then it doesn't, then it leaves a sludgy mess...

C'mon everybody, SING ALONG
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lkLp9d7HKuA
YOU should explain it better, Einstein..

Maybe some clarification is needed for the smart asses in the forum. There are chemicals in the Hytran that absorb and retain the water and allow it to settle in the bottom of the diff case instead of the pump.
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