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Re: 930 C/K Won't shift to high range.

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09-15-2013 11:40:27

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A Case mech. told us years ago to never use the range lever for shifting the main trans. Neighbor had a new 930 and factory cab with an Uncle running the tractor and couldn't find 4th gear. Neighbor told him to use hi-low lever to shift. 3rd day it was in the shop having the hi-low idler repaired on a new 50 hour tractor.

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09-15-2013 13:18:44

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 Re: 930 C/K Won't shift to high range. in reply to casecollectorsc, 09-15-2013 11:40:27  
If a gear was welded to the shaft it would drive in with the range lever in neutral and lock up in the range that was not welded, those shifters just clamp to the actuating shaft and have been known to slip, that is the first thing I would check.


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09-15-2013 19:31:56

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 Re: 930 C/K Won't shift to high range. in reply to mEl, 09-15-2013 13:18:44  
I don't use the high low often. I just used it that particular time to put tractor in neutral. Now that I review the book Mel is correct. It would be engaged if the gear was welded. I bought the tractor in that condition. Cut the gear off and replaced shaft collars and gears. I'm still a little unclear what's wrong. If the gear is grinding to go into high something must be spinning that shouldn't be??

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09-16-2013 04:32:07

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 Re: 930 C/K Won't shift to high range. in reply to Dan Davidson, 09-15-2013 19:31:56  
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Unless I'm missing something here I would remove the top cover, put the range shifter in neutral and see if the sliding collar is centered on its hub, then manually shift it each way to check for proper engagement.
The shifter just clamps to its shaft and can move if not tightened enough. Grinding against the teeth and kicking out tells me it's not engaging fully. The top cover is fairly easy to get off and that is your first move toward diagnosing this problem.
Grinding while shifting is not an issue unless you have a clutch problem as the gear train in those tractors is heavy and takes a little bit to stop once the pedal is pressed. If the gears are not stopping at all that's another issue entirely.

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