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ReicheP
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Hytran PLus

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Did we ever settle if Hytran Plus was Ok to use in our old tin?

What about Hytran Ultra?
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Re: Hytran PLus

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It’s called HyTran Ultraction now. From what I have read the newer fluids are compatible with all of the older ones. I buy Mastertran Ultraction from a New Holland dealer. Same stuff and cheaper.

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Re: Hytran PLus

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I've run Ultra in a super and one 1863 and it seemed to work fine, better in the winter than the old hytran but that was about the only difference.
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