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06-27-2009 18:25:16

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Need some advice, bought a Allis D14 today, Tractor has been sitting for awhile 2 to 3 years, fresh gas, new battery and started right up. The problem I am having is that I could not drive it onto the trailer, running fine just would not move on a incline. Oils were all low added to proper levels sill very slow movment. Reverse seemed to be faster than any forward gear. I took it out to the field and drove it around still very slow forward movment. I pulled up on the clutch pedal tractor moved fine. Any help will be great.

Thanks Jim

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07-01-2009 09:46:24

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 Re: Allis D14 in reply to JRW, 06-27-2009 18:25:16  
It sounds like the power drect is in nuetral as others have said.When the power direct is full of oil it is very common for the tractor to move slightly in the nuetral position of the power direct/you can help minimze this by adjusting the slide on the side of the plate where so the power direct handle stops in the same position when in the neutral position
-But with pulling up the foot clutch pedal and you got movement sounds more like the engine clutch.

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06-27-2009 18:52:28

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 Re: Allis D14 in reply to JRW, 06-27-2009 18:25:16  
PD seems to work fine, stays in "N" in center location and attempts to move in "low" or "hi". Might it be possible the clutch is stuck? I pull the pedal up and it seem to work fine but very hard to drive that way.

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06-27-2009 18:44:23

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 Re: Allis D14 in reply to JRW, 06-27-2009 18:25:16  
Is the power director in neutral?

Until my D15 completely warms up, it will still drive with the pd in neutral. Trying moving the power director either forward (hi) or back (low).

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Keith B

06-27-2009 19:43:16

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 Re: Allis D14 in reply to Flat47, 06-27-2009 18:44:23  
That may be the problem with the power director on the D14 I picked up yesterday. When I tried it out last week it went into low and high fine and didn"t try to move in neutral. Today it tried to move in neutral when I loaded and unloaded the tractor.

We had had a huge amount of rainfall and the breather cap is not on the tractor. Where it sat outside I knew the oil bath would be full of water and oil, which it was. So before moving it I emptied out the oil bath and filled it with some 30 weight. I wanted to clean out the carb before running it much, in case it inhaled some of the oil/water sludge; so I didn"t run it very long at all.

The oil looks pretty dirty, so I have an oil filter on order from Advance, ordered it today and it should be at the store in the morning.

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