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Re: Hough transmission

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Dennis K (WA)

11-06-2012 13:12:55

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Hi Bill,

Now that we know you have good clutch pressure I'll give you another test.

Apply the brakes using the right pedal or put the machine against a bank so the wheels will not turn. Try each gear, the driveline between the converter and transmission should not turn while doing this no matter what the rpm as long as the wheels do not spin. Driveline should spin free in neutral or when declutching. If everything is tip top you may not be able to hold it in 1st gear. If driveline spins when doing this you may have clutch pack problems but unlikely they would all be bad.

Forward clutch is common to all three forward gears and rev clutch is common to all three reverse gears.
The internal workings of the converter usually work or not work.

Let us know what you find

good luck


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Bill in IL

11-06-2012 20:02:10

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 Re: Hough transmission in reply to Dennis K (WA), 11-06-2012 13:12:55  
I took the machine out of a heated shop tonight. It was 70 degrees so this may not have been the best test for my situation cause like I said the warmer the machine is the better it works. I butted up to a slab of concrete and gave it full throttle in all forward gears. The input shaft to the transmission did not turn any without the wheels turning. This should rule out the transmission right?

It does make me question where does the transmission clutch pressure come from?

Do you have any more suggestions on where to go with this.

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