Topic: Re: John Deere 450C tranny wanted
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If it's been pulled apart to rebuild it....Chances are, the "mechanic" that overhauled it , put the 2 steel tubes top hole to top hole instead of crossing the lines as they should be... If that's the case, he's trying to run that transmission on lube pressure instead of clutch pressure..A guage into the test port will determine what's going on..It needs to be dialed in by someone who knows these machines inside and out... Replacing the clutchpacks will possibly have no consequence on it's operation if it's not assembled right..The pressure set-up is critical to correct operation of that transmission..You might as well whistle Dixie if the tech has no idea how this friggin' thing works..My first one was a disaster , due to the fact it was a straight 450 loader machine with only about 6 inches to fit my broad ars between the loader and tank assembly..It's a lot easier to remove the loader/dash instead of working around it..I've done dozer HLR's in as little as 18 hours start to finish and loaders a little longer..
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