[quote="IHSMOKE"](quoted from post at 19:13:02 03/04/14) did you take out the bottom shaft ..pinion shaft ? had a similar accident happen here years ago with a friends 4320 seems like he had problems with two gears stuck on the bottom shaft which is the pinion shaft .. or two gears locked with the sliding collars[/quote]
We have actually only had the top shaft out but will look at the others tomorrow. Thanks for the reply. Any other info greatly appreciated...this is the 4th time we have split the tractor...hoping to get it right this time....
Re: JD 2510 transmission problem...need help! in reply to sslong5871, 03-04-2014 18:20:14
When you tow a syncro-range with the engine not running it MUST be in the tow position. If not the bottom shaft becomes "welded" to a gear. What you have is a gear welded fast to the shaft on the bottom shaft. You need to remove the bottom shaft and replace all damaged parts. To remove the bottom shaft the axle housings must be removed, along with the differential, also the top shaft needs removed.
Re: JD 2510 transmission problem...need help! in reply to LarrySTN, 03-04-2014 18:42:22
when towing and not in tow you take out the top shaft. most of the time the rev gear welds to the shaft. i have never see the bottom shaft do that i think if the bottom shaft were to do that it would be because the oil level was very low
Re: JD 2510 transmission problem...need help! in reply to sslong5871, 03-04-2014 18:44:06
Sadly, "resuming" work on it tomorrow (if it was towed without the tranny being in tow) is FUTILE, unless you have a LOT of $$$ and time or even more $$$$$$ to pay someone else to repair what you "smoked" by towing it.
NOT trying to be the bad guy, just telling you like it is!
Re: JD 2510 transmission problem...need help! in reply to Bob, 03-04-2014 22:52:59
[quote="Bob"](reply to post at 23:52:59 03/04/14) [/quote]the tractor is already split apart and essentially in 3 large pieces, the top shaft is already out...in the whole scheme of things it can't be much more work to get to the bottom shaft. As far as $$, obviously I haven't checked into that yet but I'm sure it's worth fixing rather than junking the tractor. This post was edited by sslong5871 at 05:03:31 03/05/14.
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