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Re: Allis WD first gear

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David T (MO)

11-06-2002 14:23:57

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Interesting problem. Can you tell us why first gear is too fast? Normal procedure to go slower than first is to use the hand clutch and let it slip as much as needed. (I'm assuming idling way back won't work for you either.)

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11-06-2002 16:40:50

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 Re: Re: Allis WD first gear in reply to David T (MO), 11-06-2002 14:23:57  
I've had this problem also attempting to use a brush hog, first is too fast in high/thick brush. Doesn't slipping the hand clutch slow the PTO also? Can't try it currently as I'm doing some engine work.

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Dave in Mo

11-07-2002 09:59:02

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 Re: Re: Re: Allis WD first gear in reply to Greg, 11-06-2002 16:40:50  
Greg, the hand clutch is designed to do exactly that function, originally intended for combining, it can be slipped all day long.

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11-13-2002 16:02:59

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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Allis WD first gear in reply to Dave in Mo, 11-07-2002 09:59:02  
Thanks Dave,
I just got this tractor and haven't been able to play with it much yet. Thank you for your help, I'll definitely give it a try.

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