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CM BEHOUNEK

09-06-2009 15:06:31




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Multiple problems
1. This tractor keeps getting stuck in gear, I pop out the shifter and put it back with a flat screw driver, how do I permanetly fix.
2. What type of oil goes in the gear box/rear end? I think there is 3 different fill holes on this tractor. 3. When the tractor is under a load I have to hold the hand clutch back with a good amount of force, in order to move. How do I adjust?

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lk

09-09-2009 19:09:29




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 Re: WD45 in reply to CM BEHOUNEK, 09-06-2009 15:06:31  
On the sticking in gear, My WD -45 did this and in time i did these things to my tractor and it helped. - The key slot on the shifter lever was worn, i built it up and made it fit key correct. - I put a new key in the housing just under the snap ring, it has a pin from the side you punch out and put a new one in, it will fit the shifter's slot. - I am not sure if this helps but i dump in a quart of luscs oil additive every now and then.
If i can better describe this, please ask because it helped my tractor from sticking in a gear. Basicly the play in the lever and key gave it play to pop out.

LK

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John Harmon

09-06-2009 15:53:36




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 Re: WD45 in reply to CM BEHOUNEK, 09-06-2009 15:06:31  
Your problem discriptions to me sound as if the tractor has had a hard life an now needs some TLC,namely a complete rebuild of the Transmission back to the Final Drive which if knowledgeable of these repairs to me is a interesting Mechanical effort. Costly,depends on how much you value the tractor.80-90 Gear lube is used in the drives on this Tractor. I would look at Lucas Products.



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CM BEHOUNEK

09-06-2009 15:37:30




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 Re: WD45 in reply to CM BEHOUNEK, 09-06-2009 15:06:31  
Is relining the clutch or replacing the shims a job where I will have to split the tractor? How dose one rebuild the shifter, take it to someone or is it a DIY job.



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ohio

09-07-2009 15:35:45




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 Re: WD45 in reply to CM BEHOUNEK, 09-06-2009 15:37:30  
Just pull the shift tower off to access the shift linkage, and take the battery box off to get to the hand clutch. WD has a twin disk clutch, WD45 has a triple disk. They both come out the tube pretty easy. You need an IT manual.



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vern-45

09-06-2009 15:15:41




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 Re: WD45 in reply to CM BEHOUNEK, 09-06-2009 15:06:31  
take your shifter out and completely rebuild it,like i did,ibelieve to use 80w-90 oil in the gears.your hand clutch has shims in it , they are located in the the clutch under the battery box,if the shims are all gone,you have to hold or chain the hand clutch back.good luck.



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ohio

09-06-2009 15:18:41




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 Re: WD45 in reply to vern-45, 09-06-2009 15:15:41  
You could always reline the clutch?



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