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Got a new to me 7000, any tips?

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04-08-2013 17:38:15

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Got a red belly (were they all red, never seen a black one) 7000. Gonna replace the hyd oil, hyd filter, and final drive oil for a fresh start. I DO have a manual, and I DO plan on reading it, I was just wondering if there is anything you guys have learned in the real world the manual doesn't cover. Its got 4500 hrs.

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04-12-2013 06:23:49

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 Re: Got a new to me 7000, any tips? in reply to GarrettFields, 04-08-2013 17:38:15  
When it starts jumping out of reverse get it looked at before it does alot of tranny damage- happens to all 7000,s

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04-09-2013 16:27:58

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 Re: Got a new to me 7000, any tips? in reply to GarrettFields, 04-08-2013 17:38:15  
We had a 7060 maroon bottom. Sort of a big headache if we get another it will be a black bottom.


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04-09-2013 08:36:55

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 Re: Got a new to me 7000, any tips? in reply to GarrettFields, 04-08-2013 17:38:15  
We had a red belly years ago and had to replace the Park/Reverse shift fork. I guess that was pretty common, when I sold it to a buddy my advice was "Don"t jam it into park".

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04-08-2013 18:24:35

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 Re: Got a new to me 7000, any tips? in reply to GarrettFields, 04-08-2013 17:38:15  
They did change to a black belly in later year. Just be careful shifting the main trans because it will grind if trans brake is not working proper. Later black belly I believe got away from a regular clutch and had a limiting disc and inching pedal. Front axle was also changed and was like the heavier 7045, 7060 and 7080. I think later ones had shifter on console and early had shifter on floor.

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