Tractor maintenance schedules can vary depending on the manufacturer and model of the tractor.
However, there are some general guidelines that can be followed to ensure that the tractor is properly maintained.
Here are some of the recommendations from the search results:
Every 10 hours: Check the oil level and coolant level, inspect the air filter, check the tire pressure, and inspect the tractor for any damage.
Every 50 hours: Change the engine oil and oil filter, check the hydraulic fluid level, inspect the fuel filter, and inspect the tractor for any damage.
Every 100 hours: Service the engine.
Every 200 hours: Change the engine oil and replace the oil filter, check the steering linkage and front wheel alignment, and inspect the tractor for any damage. Check belts and hoses, hydraulic lines, and replace the air filter.
Annually: Check belts and hoses, hydraulic lines, and replace the air filter.
It is important to note that these are general guidelines, and tractor owners should always refer to their owner's manual for the specific maintenance schedule for their tractor. Additionally, keeping a maintenance logbook can help tractor owners keep track of when maintenance was last performed and when it is due again.
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