Hey folks! I have a 1968 ford 4000... Thanks to lots of help from this website and a lot of grunting and grinding I fixed a steering system problem and was running the tractor for the first time since June. Got a good amount of work done and then I heard a slight grinding of gears, then the tractor wouldn't move- all gears -Forward and reverse and the PTO wont turn. Engine runs great. Fearing the worst I came indoors to research my problem.. Hopefully not as bad as I thought, according to my (quick) research, the torque limiting clutch is sheared. This seems accurate because of the way the disc (and shaft) looked in April when I had it split - rusted, but not worn out, I elected not to replace the $250 part. If you guys have another diagnosis I am all ears!
Besides that problem, my issue is where the tractor broke down.. In my driveway where I cannot pass on either side. And it seems to be in park/ gear and I cannot switch to neutral to tow it. Is there any way to disconnect transmission, or somehow switch it to neutral to make the experience of pulling this thing easier?