I'll be quick and to the point on this. I have a Bobcat model T200 that i bought last year and have maintained pretty religiously, anyway. I noticed some hydraulic oil dripping out from under the machine today getting it ready for snow tomorrow and found a small leak under the cab. (Will not be able to fix before storm due to the location of the leak). I wanted to top off the fluid and just monitor it during the storm so I can actually make a few dollars to fix it. I bought some fluid today at Tractor Supply company that said "Hydraulic Fluid ISO 46". So I went to go pour some into the machine and I noticed that it was absolutely clear in color and very thin. The fluid in my machine is golden. I dont want to head to the dealer to buy fluid that is going to be puring out anyway, but I did notice that in the sight glass you could see the two seperated (yellow on bottom, clear on top). Is there a certain "weight" oil I need? Any help is greatly appreciated.