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Re: Internation 175b torque converter trans issue

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Dennis K (WA)

09-06-2012 21:38:01

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Your pressures look normal when in neutral. They should stay about the same while in each gear. Try them in each gear at idle and reved up while holding the brakes. If they are close to the same you are good as far as pressures. You may not be able to hold the machine with the brakes in first low.

I think digging in a bank you may be limited to low gear but the machine should move about easily in the others. Digging in soft material like loose sand could problably be done in a higher gear.

If there is no sign of aluminum in your trans oil and no over heating of the trans oil, you are probably good to go.

You could easily check your engine boost pressure, intake manifold pressure, with a low pressure gauge. There should be a plug in the intake manifold to tap in the gauge. Check warmed up, in gear, stall the tracks and reved to hi rpm. Previous post has the spec. This will give an idea if your engine and torque converter are up to par.

I would be interested in what you find out.

We were in Barbados last December on a cruise and toured your area.

good luck


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09-08-2012 08:00:39

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 Re: Internation 175b torque converter trans issue in reply to Dennis K (WA), 09-06-2012 21:38:01  
I forgot to mention that when I was checking pressures in 1st speed I could not hold tracks by pressing brakes. However when in reverse in 1st speed i could hold the tracks with brakes. What does this mean?

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