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Re: Ih 460

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10-26-2013 20:27:10

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Your statement "when ever I take off with it" seems to indicate that it was working like an automatic. If so it was out of adjustment and it was slipping (front TA clutch). It should only work when the lever is pulled back quickly. and be in direct drive when the Lever is moved forward quickly. Actually the quicker it is moved the better for its life span.
If the TA front clutch slips it eventually will not go into direct drive, and will stay in free wheeling (low range) all the time.
Can you explain more about your circumstances. Jim

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10-27-2013 13:06:30

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 Re: Ih 460 in reply to Janicholson, 10-26-2013 20:27:10  
It always worked whenever I used it so maybe it just needs to be adjusted ?

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10-27-2013 18:19:01

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 Re: Ih 460 in reply to Farmall tom, 10-27-2013 13:06:30  
I need to know (to assist you) what happens in the following circumstances:
Starting in 5th gear with the TA handle rearward, 3/4 throttle let out the clutch on a smooth level field road_________________________
Pulling a mold board plow in variable ground in 3rd with TA handle forward. The tractor slows, you pull the handle back quickly, ______________________
You pull up onto a slight grade leading into a barn door in 3rd, TA ahead, and push in the clutch. you stop and try to rake it out of gear.
Answers to these will help.
If when the lever is pulled rearward the tractor just plane stops, you are going to need a ramp and rollers (one way clutch) at least. It requires a double split to do the job. at the clutch to engine, and at the back of the clutch housing to transmission. Jim

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