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RE STUCK TIRES

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loota

05-17-2018 18:07:39




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MR. DR. Allis Chalmers you must of work for allis plant in milw. or a allis mechanic i'm from Montello ANY WAY ! did like you said no problems . got up on the tractor started it up pushed in clutch put it in first let out clutch slow left wheel started to shatter then it started to turn. right shatter and then turn a bit and then stopped did it a couple times so I figured I would put it in reverse . No Luck had to put the shift lever in wrong or didn't pull it out straight stuck in first gear had it neutral. took it apart and tried but lever just kinda floats around what can I do to fix this???? left it run on idle left wheel kept turn right just sated dead--I think a guy needs a IT manual the reprint I got was not worth the money --- hope you can help on this I thank you a thousand folds

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Aaron SEIA

05-18-2018 04:26:04




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 Re: RE STUCK TIRES in reply to loota, 05-17-2018 18:07:39  
I&T is a joke. Original is best and honestly, they assume you know more than a lot of people do these days.
Pull the shift lever back out. With a long screwdriver, line all the shift forks up so they are in neutral. Put shift lever back in. Unless your tranny has problems, that should take care of it.

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