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Is it safe to run Rotella Synthetic 5W/40 in my New Holland TC33D tractor? Up until now I just bought oil at the parts counter when I pickup my filters. I figured it works good in the truck, why not the tractor? So, all you tractor guru's, is it safe?

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I would do an engine oil analysis first to find how much your engine is wearing with regular oil. I've used blackstone analysis on my 7.3L powerstroke to check my oil and asked them about using synthetic and they said my engine wear was so low with regular oil it wouldn't be worth the extra cost of using synthetic. Other than that it would probably be fine to use though.
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Post I have a New Holland T1520

I have a New Holland T1520. I had 30 hr on it and the oil in the trany/hyd system failed, so I just switched everything over to Amsoil. I have used it some since and the wet brakes work much better the engine seem to run a little quieter once it warms up. When I changed the front out drives and axle I noticed a little milky oil in the out drives I am glad I made the switch finding that. I ask the dealer how that could have happened he was not sure. But did agree it was good I change the fluid out.
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