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Re: Oliver 1755 transmission questions
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Great guess with the beer can. I looked at it again this morning before reading your reply and noticed the linkage to the pto lever. I assumed it was some kind of filler; because of the makeshift cover. Red herring.
Owner's manual. Yes, coming.
Still, though, the answers to my questions have been helpful because I'm trying to learn some of the "theory of operation" which will be helpful in troubleshooting. This tractor is beyond the point of just adding fluid and changing filters. It definitely needs that; but it needs repair.
Along with these transmission issues and fluid leaks. I have also been diagnosing the engine running weakly over the last two weeks. (See my 1755 fuel filter thread).
This thing is an adventure and an environmental disaster (as in, I can see rainbows on the pavement every time I step on the clutch) to say the least.
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