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Hi -Low clutch 180

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George NYS

01-21-2008 18:31:24




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My son split our AC180, because the hi/low clutch wasn"t working right. He found that the seal in the clutch housing had failed. The rings in the housing look ok, but we wonder what made the seal fail. To be sure should we replace the whole housing, if a newe one is still available that is, or can new rings be put in?
Maybe someone has as answer?
George




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Kentb of SWMO

01-22-2008 08:38:30




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 Re: Hi -Low clutch 180 in reply to George NYS, 01-21-2008 18:31:24  
Dad has a 190XT that for years he had Hi/Lo problems and overheating. The tractor finally would not pull itself. The reason he let it go so long is He had a local Allis mechanic had it apart and the 2 -speed only worked about 20 hours. When we split the tractor the CENTER sealing ring was worn out. I think this was putting the tractor in high and low at the same time. Dad bought a rebuilt 2-speed clutch. He ask me about the casting the seals sealed in. Which was not rough but you could see a wear pattern. I said replace this may have been what wore out the sealing ring. The casting was $210.00then but I would have hated to have had the same problemAGAIN and have had to split the tractor to replace just the cating. Tractor works good now and NO overheating. I say replce it. it is good insurance.

Kent

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Jack a

01-22-2008 03:58:11




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 Re: Hi -Low clutch 180 in reply to George NYS, 01-21-2008 18:31:24  
Probably over heated the oil at on time maybe running an orbital motor or just age. If the housing looks good put in new rings.



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Jack a

01-22-2008 03:58:09




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 Re: Hi -Low clutch 180 in reply to George NYS, 01-21-2008 18:31:24  
Probably over heated the oil at on time maybe running an orbital motor or just age. If the housing looks good put in new rings.



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