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Re: Royse here are pics of the sherman trans that will not m

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11-09-2013 16:44:47

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Tractor looks pretty good for that price! Maybe some wiring to fix?

The Sherman is internally lubricated from the transmission.

Others may have better ideas, but I think to start with I'd just use
the tractor, get the fluids circulating through it and work the handle.

Not reefing on it, but moving it back and forth as far as it will go.

No need to tear it apart as far as I can see.
Keep in mind it is not a live shift, clutch needs to be in to shift it.

Of course a fluid change would certainly not hurt.

Congrats on the new machine! :)

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11-09-2013 17:38:39

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 Re: Royse here are pics of the sherman trans that will not m in reply to Royse, 11-09-2013 16:44:47  
he could always drain it, then park way nose down in a ditch, and dump in a couple gallons of diesel and atf mixed and let it set a while, let that diesel / atf flow thru the bearing and into the sherman real good. t hen pull it back and put in more atf, and some utf.. make a ring around the pasture and then drain.. would be a good flush in case there is water in t here.

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