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D-15 transmission repair

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sarnia

03-05-2008 09:28:15




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D-15 jumps out of 3rd gear. Procedure for transmission repair required




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Sarnia

03-10-2008 14:01:16




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 Re: D-15 transmission repair in reply to sarnia, 03-05-2008 09:28:15  
I looked in transmission thru shifter hole and the shift syncro on 3rd gear looks worn. I wondered if tractor needs to be split then remove axle housings or if I can remove axle housings then remove transmission case with A frame?



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acdave

03-08-2008 10:42:16




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 Re: D-15 transmission repair in reply to sarnia, 03-05-2008 09:28:15  
i have repaired my 170 and d 15 as well by having the shifter forks ground the guys at north star hrd and imp in north star ohio do it for me David



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Texas Denny

03-08-2008 15:04:54




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 Re: D-15 transmission repair in reply to acdave, 03-08-2008 10:42:16  
Thank you very much for your post.



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Texas Denny

03-06-2008 14:12:14




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 Re: D-15 transmission repair in reply to sarnia, 03-05-2008 09:28:15  
Sarnia, there are many posts on this topic. I believe that most tractors can be made to work with a new fork assembly. I have repaired them in that way. Some do not feel it is possible. Others have tried my suggestions and had success.

Read the posts and then come back if you have questions. My feeling is that poor tolerances were permitted on the detent positions on shafts. New shafts or modified shafts will solve most problems.

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