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7060 PS

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Curt W

01-25-2008 06:03:00

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Help me out guys, I"m green on this one. I"m looking at a 7060PS. I was told by the owner that when the tractor is in 5th or 6th gear and the clutch is pressed it automatically shifts into 4th. I know this is how it"s suppose to work. However, this tractor sometimes gets hung up between gears instead. The owner thinks it needs an adjustment. I"m fearing worse. Any ideas? This is a really nice clean tractor.

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856 puller

01-25-2008 06:57:13

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 Re: 7060 PS in reply to Curt W, 01-25-2008 06:03:00  
that power shift was a tuff trans. the down shifting was done by a mechanical arm and linkage. it could need an adjustment. if it shifts up and down with the lever ok and the detents are solid its probally ok. when it gets in between can you just move the lever a little and get it to go in?

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Curt W.

01-31-2008 18:55:22

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 Re: 7060 PS in reply to 856 puller, 01-25-2008 06:57:13  
I'm now the owner of a 7060. Your advice worked. Thanks Again. I don't have any friends at the dealers shop though. I had them reset the tire spacing from 32" to 36".

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Curt W

01-25-2008 17:35:33

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 Re: 7060 PS in reply to 856 puller, 01-25-2008 06:57:13  
Thanks for the info 856 Puller. I actually haven't had the oppurtunity to drive the tractor myself yet. The air temp. needs to get above zero before I'll try it. I'll take your advice and try what you said. Thanks again.

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