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Allis 190XT pops out of 3rd

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sam c

12-28-2009 18:15:02




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Greetings,

I have a 190XT that has been a splendid tractor for me for nearly 20 years. Unfortunately it has started popping out of 3rd gear under load.

From this group I know this is a common problem.

What is the best fix?

What is the best remediation for today?

take care




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180dug

12-31-2009 02:04:05




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 Re: Allis 190XT pops out of 3rd in reply to sam c, 12-28-2009 18:15:02  
Its funny it pops out under a load,usually its all on the down hill ;they can usually be fixed like someone else said, with the indents and shifter rail adjustment, Dr Allis says to put a heavier spring in there ; it helps alot, just getting the gears to engauge better is the key; AC shoulda fixed this at the factory, people got killed on these dam things cause of this,



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ANON

12-29-2009 16:27:23




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 Re: Allis 190XT pops out of 3rd in reply to sam c, 12-28-2009 18:15:02  
Look back thru posts here. Some have had good luck just by pulling the cover and working on the detent. Some have made a lock to hold shifter in place. Worth a try before splitting and putting lots of money in, but if you do make sure to do all updates.



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big hunter

12-28-2009 18:18:00




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 Re: Allis 190XT pops out of 3rd in reply to sam c, 12-28-2009 18:15:02  
split it, and spend at least $5,000 to replace worn parts and get another 40 years out of your tractor.



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