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Oliver, Cletrac, Co-op & Cockshutt Tractors Discussion Forum
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1942 Oliver 60 Row Cropper

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bigbird707

05-16-2017 19:16:27




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Howdy all,

Its the first time I have asked a question.

After driving the tractor to its space in a field; having the tractor sitting in the field the last 7 years, we got her running except for it not being able to go into gear.

Flywheel turns, rebuilt clutch plate installed, re-greased throw out bearing. Can shift it into gear and drive from a start. But, trying to place in gear from a neutral position into 1st, 2nd, etc nothing but grinding. Anyone ever run into this before and have a suggest to try?

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P

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oliver90owner

05-18-2017 01:59:40




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 Re: 1942 Oliver 60 Row Cropper in reply to bigbird707, 05-16-2017 19:16:27  
Might be simply improperly adjusted linkage, even?



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bigbird707

05-17-2017 07:20:20




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 Re: 1942 Oliver 60 Row Cropper in reply to bigbird707, 05-16-2017 19:16:27  
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Yes sir. New pressure plate. Now you do bring to mind an interesting thought. Maybe add washers to increase ability to push the release levers a bit deeper. It could be the new clutch thickness might be off by just 60 ml.



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J. Schwiebert

05-17-2017 04:27:41




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 Re: 1942 Oliver 60 Row Cropper in reply to bigbird707, 05-16-2017 19:16:27  
Did you change the pressure plate? If not the ends of the release levers are worn and they will not travel far enough now with the thicker clutch plate.



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bigbird707

05-16-2017 20:26:22




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No sir. Proper install on the clutch plate



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Traditional Farmer

05-16-2017 19:20:01




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 Re: 1942 Oliver 60 Row Cropper in reply to bigbird707, 05-16-2017 19:16:27  
Think you might have put the clutch plate in backwards?



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