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Re: John Deere 450C tranny wanted

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Posted by Roy Suomi on July 07, 2012 at 16:45:25 from (

In Reply to: John Deere 450C tranny wanted posted by Keith Molden on July 01, 2012 at 09:57:25:

Just changing the transmission isn't that easy..The entire rear center section is the Transmission..The clutchpacks that do all the hydraulic gear changing are located in the front of the transmission case.. To remove the transmission case from the machine would leave the machine with only 2 engine side frame rails standing in the chassis and everything else gone ... If you can imagine that....And , whats to say that HLR was assembled right ..Everything has to jive or it won't work correctly.. Is the clutch pedal cross-shaft free to pivot on the left side of the engine clutch housing..There is a concoction of linkages on that left side that has to be free and moveable where that detented 1/2" vertical adjusting bolt is.. Inside the clutch housing behind the engine there are 3 adjustments.. One is the finger height of the engine clutch fingers..Another is the actual pressure setting at the pressure relief valve under the right hand opening [rubber plug], then the actual HLR speed of shift / pressure adjustment under the left handed rubber plug in the engine clutch housing.. All these have to jive....Then out of despiration there is a speed of shift adjustment on the right handed side of the transmission case inside a steel plug hidden by brake rods and fuel lines and battery cable.. Good fishing...Not a job for a novice..sorry


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