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Re: Clutch slipping?

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04-06-2013 19:40:09

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Most Sherman's in the 2N where and over drive and then standard gears and if in neutral that is just what it is and it should never move. Now if you have a combo which would give you over standard and under driver then yes the clutch could well be slipping or needs adjusted. But as I said if you have it in neutral then it should NEVER move and the 3 point should also not work

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04-06-2013 20:07:01

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 Re: Clutch slipping? in reply to old, 04-06-2013 19:40:09  
What are you sipping? I dont see anything about neutral?

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04-06-2013 20:31:48

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 Re: Clutch slipping? in reply to Jimmyjack, 04-06-2013 20:07:01  
Note he said ( Not Hi or Low just normal speeds) and that says he has what is very uncommon in a 2N so that was a way to ask him to explain things better. And I also said the 3 point would not work so I do not understand why your going after me since I was trying to help but you are not doing so

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04-06-2013 20:30:31

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 Re: Clutch slipping? in reply to Jimmyjack, 04-06-2013 20:07:01  
I can see what he means----

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04-06-2013 20:27:17

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 Re: Clutch slipping? in reply to Jimmyjack, 04-06-2013 20:07:01  
Yes he does not say neutral but he did say what seems to say it was in neutral

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