Found a hard working 730 at a decent price but concerned that it is EXTREMELY difficult to get the transmission in most gears and out of most gears. Rolling the clutch doesn't help. Trying to go into 3rd seems like it hits solid inside the tranny before starting into the slot. Don't know anything about the transmissions in these. Does this sound serious/expensive?
Re: 730 tractor gear shift in reply to gunther9, 10-26-2012 19:46:11
If you're like me, save time and figure buying new bearings so after you've spent about $1500 in parts and nothing for your labor you're looking at a 6,500 dollar tractor. It's always much better to find one that someone else has puked up the money to fix if you want a good VALUE. my 2 cents Tyler
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