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Dieseltech

02-24-2015 19:01:08




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How rare is the 7040 or 7045 12 speed power shift, never seen any around where I am. How did it compare reliability wise to the 20 speed power director?




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Aaron SEIA

02-25-2015 16:51:49




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 Re: AC power shift in reply to Dieseltech, 02-24-2015 19:01:08  
You really needed to clutch to reverse. Dad had a 7060 PS. I got pretty good at shifting from low range to high on the fly, but clutching was better. Needed to be at a full stop to clutch the shift. The only thing I couldn't get rolling in high was a 600 bu wagon of corn. Most of the time, I never needed low range unless it was field work and then I never needed high range. She sure was a lot of fun to run.

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Bob Bancroft

02-25-2015 05:48:19




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 Re: AC power shift in reply to Dieseltech, 02-24-2015 19:01:08  
There was only one around here, back when they were new. I think it was a 7060? I don't know where it went. It worked fine. But it still was not a full power shift, as it had two ranges.



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Dieseltech

02-25-2015 09:42:14




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 Re: AC power shift in reply to Bob Bancroft, 02-25-2015 05:48:19  
Was it still a 6 speed powershift in each range, that's how it was explained to me, clutch only needed between ranges or for reverse. Even in low 6 gear choices with no clutch would be handy.



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Bob Bancroft

02-25-2015 15:26:48




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 Re: AC power shift in reply to Dieseltech, 02-25-2015 09:42:14  
Yes. Don't think you probably even need a clutch for reverse, but I'm sure it's advisable.



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Dieseltech

02-25-2015 19:10:50




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 Re: AC power shift in reply to Bob Bancroft, 02-25-2015 15:26:48  
Thanks for the replies. May try to replace the 7000 I have now on the front mount snow blower. Would like to have more power and gear choices without using the clutch.



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Lazy WP

02-25-2015 04:19:02




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 Re: AC power shift in reply to Dieseltech, 02-24-2015 19:01:08  
They are worth a lot more money around here. No one wants a Power Director. The Power shifts were pretty popular.



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DrAllis

03-04-2015 19:40:47




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 Re: AC power shift in reply to Lazy WP, 02-25-2015 04:19:02  
You better use the clutch pedal to shift into reverse. It will kill or almost kill the engine if you don't. Bad idea to not use clutch.



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