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powershift rebuild, AgriKing, Rod, Others

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Jeremy McNary

04-30-2014 11:23:10
216.249.230.220



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Hopefully sometime in the next couple weeks I am going to be getting around to splitting my 2294 and going through the powershift in it. What I was wondering is if anybody here has ever used any of the aftermarket sintered plates in a powershift rebuild or not and what kind of experience they had with them.




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Travis Miranowski

05-02-2014 10:46:55
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 Re: powershift rebuild, AgriKing, Rod, Others in reply to Jeremy McNary, 04-30-2014 11:23:10  
I agree with AgriKing, I work on john deere tractors full time and the only A&I parts I will install is something that can be easily replaced again. IE: tie rod ends, radiators, etc. If you are thinking about using any of there trans, or engine parts you are begging for trouble!! There part quality is horrible. Cheaper is not better!!!!



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1370rod

04-30-2014 20:02:16
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 Re: powershift rebuild, AgriKing, Rod, Others in reply to Jeremy McNary, 04-30-2014 11:23:10  
I have never used aftermarket sintered plates and do not think I would. As the other guys mentioned the OEM plates have proven to be good with very little wear when operated and serviced correctly. What I have done when on a tight budget is got some used ones. I live close to a major salvage yard and will take a micrometer and go through their bins measuring used plates and purchasing the ones with the least wear, many with only .005 worn off. virtually like new. The price is normally less than half new because most all CASE tractors used these and they have hundreds of them. If my tractors would ever need replacing that's where I will go for mine. Rod.

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karl h

04-30-2014 18:58:32
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 Re: powershift rebuild, AgriKing, Rod, Others in reply to Jeremy McNary, 04-30-2014 11:23:10  
I have never rebuilt a ps, but I have thrown a lot of money away on A&I parts just to go to the dealer and order the same part from CNH. The bottom line is if it is still available by CNH (or the OEM like Cummins etc.) you will never regret buying it from them! Quality standards are much better than the cheap Chinese aftermarket parts provide. JMHO



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Agri King

04-30-2014 16:36:52
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 Re: powershift rebuild, AgriKing, Rod, Others in reply to Jeremy McNary, 04-30-2014 11:23:10  
I'm guessing you are talking about the C-2 C3 plates from A&I? Anything from A&I I approach with caution. The radiators & tie rods have been ok. I'm not willing to be a test stand for their stuff. Pass experiences with other stuff has been bad. China junk.



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Bob

04-30-2014 21:57:53
64.255.159.192



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 Re: powershift rebuild, AgriKing, Rod, Others in reply to Agri King, 04-30-2014 16:36:52  
Agri, you're not a John Deere fan, are you!



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Agri King

05-01-2014 09:19:07
166.137.101.167



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 Re: powershift rebuild, AgriKing, Rod, Others in reply to Bob, 04-30-2014 21:57:53  
Not to much! Lol. And A&I is fully owned by JD now. JD isn't stupid by selling parts for all colors. It's the parts quality issue.



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