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Re: SOS Trans Work

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02-14-2014 20:31:28

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Hello John , If Band #1 is the problem you should be able to remove the steering box and look inside to see if the link fell out from the adjusting screw if it did you can drain the oil pull the link out of the bottom of the trans reinstall it then readjust the band and hopefully that will be it . I have done it with the 4 cylinder tractors but never had to do it with a three cylinder tractor but the opening should be about the same size . I have a three cylinder trans. here but not in the shop it is out covered up and buried in the snow about 2 or more feet of wet heavy snow now , if I can dig it out I will take a look at it to see how much room to work it has . Thanks Tony

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02-15-2014 06:30:38

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 Re: SOS Trans Work in reply to TONY JACOBS, 02-14-2014 20:31:28  
That, Sir, is a most excellent idea! Thank you! :D
Even if it's tight to work in there it's at least going to help id where exactly the issue is and hopefully it can be fixed - I'm used to working in small spaces.

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