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Re: Gravely walk behind

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11-10-2013 05:06:28

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Farmall Bob said: (quoted from post at 19:44:32 11/09/13) OK Gentlemen,

I did work on it and cleaned it up as when using last summer a lot of soil accumulated on that area. The oil plug removed and added gear oil. oiled the moving parts. Worked the unit back and forth and it will work with the small shaft in the in position, but not in the out position. There is an adjustment on that small shaft and will work on it in the morning. Thank you for your comments, and if you have further ones please keep them coming.


Small shaft? Have you got a later model with the 2 speed tranny, I forget the name? Older models had 2 levers- one for forward/reverse and one for high/low range. Later models had a 3rd lever under the right handle bar IIRC for an additional high/low. Is that what you have?

ETA- Swiftamatic is the name of the extra hi/lo- Check You Tube for tutorials on adjusting Gravely trannys.
This post was edited by Bret4207 at 05:14:41 11/10/13 2 times.

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11-10-2013 06:47:14

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 Re: Gravely walk behind in reply to Bret4207, 11-10-2013 05:06:28  

I believe it is a 1966 model, and has (4) speeds forward and reverse. It has a high/low range lever down under for this adjustment. It will not go into low range. the range I need to rotary plow. Bob

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