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Re: SOS idc verses ddc band adjustment

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dave warden

04-17-2013 17:27:59

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Larry, seems the same all around to me on adjustments. Looking at my manual I did not do anything wrong on justments. Reverse does not go at all when cold. This tractor,981, did set for a while. Should of never bought it. Thanks for more input.

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Larry NCKS

04-17-2013 17:54:21

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 Re: SOS idc verses ddc band adjustment in reply to dave warden, 04-17-2013 17:27:59  
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engine is running 800 RPM with trans at normal op temp in all those adjustments except B1 on the DDC.

If I had to take a wild guess, I'd throw a new control valve body at the 981 and see if that doesn't fix it. Those are available on eBay quite frequently or I'd sell you one shipped for 75 bucks. You'd need to find gaskets locally.

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Dave Warden

04-18-2013 16:58:00

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 Re: SOS idc verses ddc band adjustment in reply to Larry NCKS, 04-17-2013 17:54:21  
Larry. I Reworked the control valve Polished inside and also valves and put in the better valves no grooves and all. Adjusted valves like I think I should. More in depth stuff on the control body. Thanks for input. Also if 5' tiller jumps out of its job and walks on top is pto clutch gone? Thanks

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Larry NCKS

04-18-2013 17:20:40

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 Re: SOS idc verses ddc band adjustment in reply to Dave Warden, 04-18-2013 16:58:00  
If it's not driving the tiller, it could be anything from PTO cable adjustment to low pressure to shot clutch.

Dave, just out of curiosity, where are you located?

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Dave Warden

04-19-2013 15:01:04

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 Re: SOS idc verses ddc band adjustment in reply to Larry NCKS, 04-18-2013 17:20:40  
I'm in Harrisonville, Mo. 50 miles south of KC. Have been to Sylvan Grove and Tipton hunting. Also on pto I, accidentilly, had it in 3rd gear and tiller dug fine at about 1500 rs. Bogged engine a little but not bad. Thanks

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