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Re: SOS ORC Adjustment

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10-29-2012 19:09:33
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Dave,

I have the 1955 to 1960 Ford manual (reprint). As Sean stated, there is no adjstment procedure for the ORC. There is a procedure for pulling, replacing, etc. but it obviously requires splitting the tractor and some disassembly of the transmission.

R1 and R2 giving you trouble may point to Clutch 1 not applying when the oil is cold. The only other gears affected by this would be 9th and 10th which seldom get used. The following six problems may contribute to a Clutch 1 problem as stated in the manual:

a. Leaking valve body gasket

b. Leaking piston "O" rings

c. Mainshaft seals

d. "C" sun gear seals

e. Leaking servo seals

f. scored or burred piston

a-e would likely get worse as your oil warmed up. A scored or burred piston may contribute when the oil is cold and insufficient pressure is being provided, but the problem could correct itself as the oil warms up and pumps better.

HTH,

Chris

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10-30-2012 15:48:49
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 Re: SOS ORC Adjustment in reply to NWMO 901 SOS, 10-29-2012 19:09:33  
Valves are good, been polished as well the cylinders. new gasket. I got a shop manual, not original, and hate to buy another just need orc supplement. Bet thats it I adjusted direct drive. Was fine before except for jumping out of 6th. Got no cash to buy anything now. New ac ,dishwasher root canal. Merry christmas.



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