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Re: WD gears grinding when shifting

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Will Herring

07-21-2013 23:04:51

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I know on my WD, I think the clutch is pretty worn out on it, and when you clutch to shift, the clutch pedal has some over-travel to it and it takes maybe... 5 or 6 seconds to actually be able to shift after pressing in the pedal so you don't knock the gears. So I'm interested to see what you find out here.

So if you press the clutch in, will it actually stop the tractor? But just not allow it to shift?
This post was edited by Will Herring at 23:05:48 07/21/13 2 times.

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07-22-2013 13:03:29

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 Re: WD gears grinding when shifting in reply to Will Herring, 07-21-2013 23:04:51  
Yes when I press in the clutch it will stop the tractor (remove power to the transmission) I have not been waiting that long to shift though. (As you say 6 seconds or so) I"m pressing the clutch and attempting to shift right away from a stand still.

Ill try pausing longer to see what that does and will update later.


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07-22-2013 14:52:17

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 Re: WD gears grinding when shifting in reply to PTGAllis, 07-22-2013 13:03:29  
Yep take a few minutes for the gears in the transmission to slow down and stop. Plus if your using a thin oil in the transmission that also is a factor as to how long it takes

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