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Re: d3 transmission shift linkage

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Posted by cwheat on August 17, 2012 at 13:12:42 from (

In Reply to: d3 transmission shift linkage posted by cwheat on August 16, 2012 at 18:10:36:

Thanks for the responses.I did run it enough to know it will spin the tracks in forward 1 when against a tree. The brakes on both sides are not working at all, either plumb worn out or needing adjusting bad, but the clutches will disengage because it will start turning the right way when you depress each clutchbrake pedal and start back to pulling straight when you let them up, especially when going up a hill.It was just difficult to tell which gear it was in after first. I think the only other one I could get it in was second but not sure because it seemed to be moving about twice as fast as in first. Just thinking aloud it seems like if the shifting mechanism would not go far enough to come out of forward before it hit the stop, it looks like it would go in third gear easily but I may be thinking backward. You can get confused quick trying to figure that kind of stuff. I ran it about 30 minutes moving it around and pushing against a tree and it did not heat up and stop pulling during that time. I may go back and take a few tools so I can determine better if it is all working right except for the linkage.


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