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Traveller 

Traveller® is Tractor Supply Company’s exclusive brand of maintenance fluids, tire repaire, truck and trailer accessories. Get everything you need to maintain your truck or tractor, including automotive conventional oil, diesel oil, windshield fluid, antifreeze, automatic transmission fluid, grease, tractor hydraulic fluid, and gear oil for the DIY vehicle owner who believes equipment maintenance is important to the life of engines.

Tractor Supply Co. offers customers a convenient way to properly dispose of used batteries and used motor oil, keeping recyclable materials in the manufacturing stream instead of landfills. Used oil is collected and recycled through a re-refining process that reduces the production of greenhouse gases by 85% and heavy metal emissions by 99.5% compared to burning oil as fuel.

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How To Choose The Right Lubricant

Use this guide to determine what type of engine oil or lubricant you need to maintain your truck, tractor, or small engine.

Gear Box Lubricants

Gear Box Lubricants are essential to keep the gears in an engine in good working order. Gear Box lubricants sold in the 5-gallon container at Tractor Supply include:

  • Gear Lube SAE 80W-90
  • Gear Lube SAE 85W-140

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Tips For Keeping Your Tractor Running All Year

Most tractor owners are like Taylor: they don't make their living with a tractor, but they use it frequently around their property for mowing, log splitting, or creating gardens.

Use a little common sense and follow your tractor's operating manual, and your tractor could perform well for decades, says Taylor, an extension engineer in machine systems for Kansas State University, Manhattan, Kansas.

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