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Info on a 1963 allis chalmers D15

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11-21-2002 14:02:25

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I had bought my first tractor a few weeks ago and used it to mow 2.5 acres twice. I was going to do some grading when it acted as if the breaks or transmission was locking up. The tractor would move ok in reverse but acted like it didn't want to go forward easily. The hydrolic fluid was just barely on the dip stick, I added trans/hydrolic fluid until it was on the full mark. I started up and it moved ok, I put in reverse to grade a little gravel and back to forward again, it then acted about the same as before. What could be the problem? Will it take a while to perform right again since I added fluid or are the gears going bad? The oil in the rear end is full and looks ok. I hope I didn't pay good money for a tractor that is in need of repairs. I really know nothing about tractors and need help.

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11-21-2002 20:36:34

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 Re: info on a 1963 allis chalmers D15 in reply to Bill, 11-21-2002 14:02:25  
Sounds like your clutch is slipping. Check your pedal for about an inch of free travel. If your free travel is used up the throw out bearing will be contacting the fingers of the clutch all the time and will cause the clutch to slip. It is adjustable. You can usually adjust it several times before having to replace the clutch. Ed

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