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Re: 53 golden jubilee

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05-13-2013 11:09:03

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How long had it sat with out running?? I have seen more then one tractor that would not shift due to having sat a long time and parts rusting up and would not move. Some freed up with using then and others did not. Check to fluids also and make sure it is not full of water

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Lisa K

05-13-2013 11:12:56

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 Re: 53 golden jubilee in reply to old, 05-13-2013 11:09:03  
well I know there is water in the fluid which we will be changing. When they put the Sherman backhoe on they left out some bolts in the top cover under the seat. So we will plug those and change the fluid. It was been running, the guy we bought it from said there was no 4th cause it made it dangerous to drive that fast with the Sherman combo. Which I know Is a bunch of crap.

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05-13-2013 11:27:53

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 Re: 53 golden jubilee in reply to Lisa K, 05-13-2013 11:12:56  
Well as for the Sherman combo yes it can make one get up and move and if the steering is sloppy yes it can be unsafe. I have an 841 and going down a hill in 4th over drive it can get up and over 25MPH and that can be unsafe. As for why it does not safe could well be rust but not having 4th the only way you can figure out what may have been done is open it up

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