Hyster H80C:
Front axle differential

Hi would anyone know where the filler plug is for the front axel and differential on a H80C?The drain plug was on the bottom of the dif and I have found a vent on the passenger side axel but no fill plug.Is it possible that the speed reducer case that is bolted to the front dif and the dif share a common fill plug?I have just finished putting new bearings into the whole speed reducer case but I did not notice if there was any openings into the dif
  • Posted 19 Jun 2012 11:32
  • Discussion started by cwk266
  • British Columbia, Canada

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