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08-03-2020 19:55:10

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this machine has a shuttle on it but it is getting to the point that you have to push it all the way forward or pull all the way back to move. how big of a job is it to rebuild and where can you get parts?

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08-06-2020 16:47:57

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 Re: 615 loader backhoe in reply to smileykeith, 08-03-2020 19:55:10  
That is the cover that gets removed to "shim" the forward and reverse oil bathed shuttle clutches. Not much else can or is done from there. Serious work to the clutches requires splitting the tractor in two at the dashboard. This shimming process isn't difficult, but must be done correctly to work correctly when completed. There are far too many knuckleheads in the world that have worked on these clutches and screwed them up than you can imagine.

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08-03-2020 21:59:55

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 Re: 615 loader backhoe in reply to smileykeith, 08-03-2020 19:55:10  
Sounds like you need to buy some short shims from a D-15 farm tractor and remove long shims as needed and replace with new short shims. Done thru the cover on the right side by brake pedals.

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08-06-2020 05:43:25

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 Re: 615 loader backhoe in reply to DrAllis, 08-03-2020 21:59:55  
DR Allis , so to get into the working parts of the shuttle , one would unattach the 2 hyd lines and the unbolt the plate and there is nothing attached to the inside of the plate ? so the what all can be done with working thru the inspection hole versus having to split the tractor as just a tractor would not be hard but a 615 that is a major operation. beside changing those shims out what else is usually a problem with the clutch? mine has a slight rattle to it in the neutral position until I start to engage clutch forward or reverse and then it gets a little quieter? I changed the fluid sort of helped maybe a little but still has the rattle like a piece of tin vibrating ?

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