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Re: Farmall 460

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Farmall tom

10-30-2013 16:34:46

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It stays in high range when it's pulled back and it only vibrates when it's pulled back

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D Slater

10-30-2013 20:01:56

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 Re: Farmall 460 in reply to Farmall tom, 10-30-2013 16:34:46  
Only problem is the T/A clutch won't release and that's going to cause hanging in gear and hard shifting which can lead to other problems. Correct setup releases the T/A clutch whenever the clutch pedal is pushed down. If the actual T/A unit ramp and roller unit was shot and never catches it wouldn't mater. Don't think that's the case with yours. Need to split at the engine rear, remove clutch shaft, other parts and get the top cover off the center housing. When you get enough removed the T/A release bearing and clutch comes out the top. Get a manual or other to do it. Step by step is more typing than I want now.

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10-30-2013 16:44:57

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 Re: Farmall 460 in reply to Farmall tom, 10-30-2013 16:34:46  
The TA throw out bearing and linkages were probably out of adjustment and the TA throwout bearing was pushing slightly on the fingers of the TA clutch. this may have caused the failure of the TA throw out bearing, and possibly the fingers as well. The vibration is possibly the remnants of the fingers rubbing on the remnants of the throw out bearing. Split time to fix it (likely) or leave it in direct, lever forward, and continue to use it, many do just that for years. Jim

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Farmall tom

10-30-2013 17:10:03

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 Re: Farmall 460 in reply to Janicholson, 10-30-2013 16:44:57  
Okay thanks

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