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7030 allis power director question

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glennster

02-15-2012 14:48:27




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posted this up on tractor talk, maybe someone here will know. thanks

looking at an allis 7030 with a power director trans. decent enough tractor and can be bought right. power director will not shift out of low. has the two buttons on the deck, kind of like a torque amplifier. any common problems with this set up that could be causing the problem? how big of a repair operation? trans otherwise shifts well thru all gears and the high-low works also. no odd noises coming from the trans either.

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TexasAllis

02-16-2012 04:52:20




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 Re: 7030 allis power director question in reply to glennster, 02-15-2012 14:48:27  
The 7000 series is notorious for stuck/broken or adjustements needed to the shifter cable. An easy fix.



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mike neia

02-15-2012 19:05:03




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 Re: 7030 allis power director question in reply to glennster, 02-15-2012 14:48:27  
Could be as simple as linkage or sticking valve or as major as the high side is out of the director clutch pack.



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gtski

02-15-2012 16:56:26




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 Re: 7030 allis power director question in reply to glennster, 02-15-2012 14:48:27  
Glennster, what doesn't work? Can't post more or i get error message



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glennster

02-16-2012 04:55:50




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 Re: 7030 allis power director question in reply to gtski, 02-15-2012 16:56:26  
there are two buttons on the deck near your left foot. one shifts the tractor into low range , the other shifts it up into high. the tractor is in low right now, stepping on the button to shift into high, the button will depress like it should, but it stays in low range. my big concern is, if its like the torque amplifiers on the internationals, if it goes out completely, its a big repair. this tractor had a rebuilt engine out of a 7060 put in a while back, has maybe 1500 hours on the replacement engine. for the money the guy is asking, its really good low cost horsepower. will be used for a back up tractor, on the planter, running an auger, hauling in wagons ect.

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gtski

02-16-2012 05:35:50




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 Re: 7030 allis power director question in reply to glennster, 02-16-2012 04:55:50  
I & T manual shows a couple simple checks for the control valve, The 7030 rear end was lighter duty than 7060 so dont us the engine to full potential. I would be interested in the tractor if you aren't.



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gtski

02-15-2012 17:00:38




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 Re: 7030 allis power director question in reply to gtski, 02-15-2012 16:56:26  
Check rocker that moves one up and other down sometimes oiling works. Just switches hydraulic flow to different ports.



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