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joho

11-18-2012 06:30:29




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My AC 190xt likes to jump out of high gear when decelerating. Have read they do it in 3rd gear. Mine is fine in all gears except high. Don't use it much but would be interested to what causes it to jump and what is the fix. Thanks




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jkies

11-18-2012 11:46:11




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 Re: 190 XT in reply to joho, 11-18-2012 06:30:29  
I agree with Bob, I've ground out the front of the shift rail notch and weld the back to move the fork ahead a little. It's a cheap fix if it works. You can always put new parts in.



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180DOUG

11-18-2012 09:10:13




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 Re: 190 XT in reply to joho, 11-18-2012 06:30:29  
Theres a new style shift rail available from Agco for a 185 thats helps



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Bob Bancroft

11-18-2012 08:19:04




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 Re: 190 XT in reply to joho, 11-18-2012 06:30:29  
Wear in the shifting collar(s) from use and/or abuse. A major split and replacement of parts is the cure. I worked at an AC dealer when the 185- 200 tractors were new. In an effort to avoid major repairs, I was tasked with tweaking problem tractors. Welding, grinding, moving, deepening, etc. the detents in the shifting rails was one trick. Another was doubling up detent springs. it's kind of tricky, trial and error work.

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