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7060 shifting issues

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mark Malloy

04-16-2008 07:25:07

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Hey guys,i have a 1975 7060,(the power director or power shift?) wont go onto park..and i cant shift on the fly from slow to fast range without the tractor grinding really bad,however if i stop and fully clutch the tractor i can shift to high range..any ideas where to start looking? I do think the tractor sat for a while prior to me buying it.

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04-16-2008 09:29:20

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 Re: 7060 shifting issues in reply to mark Malloy, 04-16-2008 07:25:07  
There would be no grinding on the power director or power shift changes. They are clutch actuated.
The park is on the range transmission and is not made to be shifted while moving. Park is difficult even when not worn. Adjusment of the cables might help. The power shift or power director, whichever you have, is something else. On a power director the shift buttons are on the floor.
The power shift is console mounted.
It sounds like you need to refer to the owners manual.

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Mark Malloy

04-16-2008 10:04:33

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 Re: 7060 shifting issues in reply to Joe(TX), 04-16-2008 09:29:20  
Joe, it does have the butons on the floor along with the gear shift,so your saying i should be able to shift from low through nuetral into high with out grinding? (similar to the older XT190 power director types)

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04-16-2008 08:26:01

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 Re: 7060 shifting issues in reply to mark Malloy, 04-16-2008 07:25:07  
Mark,if it is a powershift trans. the range cable may be seized or out of adjustment for your park problem. I am not sure but I dont think you can or should shift from low to high without stopping.

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Mark Malloy

04-16-2008 08:41:19

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 Re: 7060 shifting issues in reply to SDK, 04-16-2008 08:26:01  
Hey thanks SDK,i was initially thinking it was a cable adjustment for the parking brake,however not being able to shift from low to high (like my XT190) was throwing me for a curve!

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04-16-2008 12:20:22

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 Re: 7060 shifting issues in reply to Mark Malloy, 04-16-2008 08:41:19  
Mark, I'm thinking you have a power director tranny. You CANNOT shift the range transmission from low to hi or hi to low on the move. The buttons on the floor give you the hi or low in each gear, always starts in low then shift by stepping on the UP button, when starting to lug step on the other button which is NOW UP, when you clutch magically shifts to low side. Get the manual trans repairs are REALLY expensive.

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Mark Malloy

04-16-2008 13:01:14

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 Re: 7060 shifting issues in reply to garytomaszewski, 04-16-2008 12:20:22  
Thanks garytomaszewski,i ordered a manual today..that makes sense on the buttons and shifing..so now i just need to check on the park cable and i am good to roll..

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