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Minneapolis Moline Tractors Discussion Forum
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ampli torch stuck in high

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minne hopeless

05-27-2018 17:54:34




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maybe someone has seen this before? my super u-302 had a noise in drive line, after opening transmission ampli torch and spring clutch decided to replace sprag clutch and hub, replace clutch and pressure plate, and close gearbox back up. have tractor runnign again, but has a wine when clutch is out (don't remember that before this work) and seems to be stuck in high side of ampli torch, does change speed when lever is pulled back to low. I'm sure I did something or didn't do what should of, wondering where I might start

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ChrisQ

05-28-2018 16:45:52




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 Re: ampli torch stuck in high in reply to minne hopeless, 05-27-2018 17:54:34  
Get a magnetic mount for the indicator. They are not real expensive. It doesn't need to be anything fancy. After having it you will find other uses for it.



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minne hopeless

05-27-2018 20:39:24




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 Re: ampli torch stuck in high in reply to minne hopeless, 05-27-2018 17:54:34  
I was afraid you'd say that, I got the book but not the dail indicator.
But thanks alot this gives me the right direction.



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Alan K

06-09-2018 13:49:35




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 Re: ampli torch stuck in high in reply to minne hopeless, 05-27-2018 20:39:24  
Ive heard it is better to have a little extra endplay than not enough. That might be why you are having trouble. I have an M5 to finish yet.



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ChrisQ

05-27-2018 20:02:42




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 Re: ampli torch stuck in high in reply to minne hopeless, 05-27-2018 17:54:34  
Get an I&T manual for it. There is an end play spec. You check it with a dial indicator.



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minne hopeless

05-27-2018 19:33:11




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 Re: ampli torch stuck in high in reply to minne hopeless, 05-27-2018 17:54:34  
the front cover? ok (I used two new yellow shims the thicker ones instead of the one yellow and two blue old shims that were in there) I can try more... how does one determin how many or how far to shim? (to bad these old yellow tractor parts are all special order and wait for mailman HAHA)



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ChrisQ

05-27-2018 19:03:56




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 Re: ampli torch stuck in high in reply to minne hopeless, 05-27-2018 17:54:34  
Split it and shim the front cover for the ampli-torc compartment correctly. I did this on my Jetstar 3 Super, had to mash on the brakes to get it to go to low, let off the brakes, and it it went back to high. Kinda wierd. Never gave it a thought to re shim when I put it back together after putting new bearings in the transmission.



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