i wasnt sure, thanks for correcting me, then the gears are probably wore out, i am most familiar with allis chalemrs, and a way to test them to see if they are wore is to put it into that gear and put a load on it, then open it wide open and slam the throttle closed, you could try that. otherwise the way to know for sure is to crack open the trans or remove the inspection cover (if it has one, i know my wd does) and take a look for yourself
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