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1800a jumps out of reverse

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01-13-2013 16:43:33

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I've got a 1800a that jumps out of reverse when the load is taken off. I took the cover off and the reverse gear seems loose on the shaft. The book shows the gear is on a collar. Was wondering if this is common and if parts are available or if I need to find used ones.

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J. Schwiebert

01-15-2013 16:08:55

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 Re: 1800a jumps out of reverse in reply to bgud, 01-13-2013 16:43:33  
Just for fun, how about a serial number? Next thing, does this tractor have the pressure lube for the transmission installed? Are you talking about the reverse idler or the reverse gear on the pinion shaft?

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01-16-2013 19:43:00

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 Re: 1800a jumps out of reverse in reply to J. Schwiebert, 01-15-2013 16:08:55  
Its the gear on the pinion shaft it moves forward and back when you put a load on and take the load off. When it moves forward it pushes the collar off and goes to neutral. The serial no. is 111369-886 and the spec no. is 18-1112.I'm not sure about the pressure lube what should I look for.

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