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D-15 SERIES II,GAS ENGINE

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VINCENT HANNIGA

12-12-2002 16:40:21




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LOOKING TO BUY A D-15 SERIES II, GAS
TRACTOR RUNS GREAT THE PROBLEM IS THAT THE HIGH/LOW SELECTOR JUMPS OUT OF GEAR.REPAIR WISE WHAT AM I LOOKING AT.




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David Maddux

12-12-2002 18:35:35




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 Re: D-15 SERIES II,GAS ENGINE in reply to VINCENT HANNIGAN, 12-12-2002 16:40:21  
I just finished restoring a D-15 series 2 early this year ,luckily I didn't have to do any thing to my power director, however I do have a D-17 that is not just quite right. After talking to a Agco mechanic there is a chance that there may some shims inside the side cover that can be adjusted. If that doesn't do the trick then you get into a little more complicated problems. I think at that point you have to split the tractor to get to it. And that is beyond my capabilitys at this time. Is it just hard to keep it in the high side? You can look at washer-spacers down at where the hand lever stop is at. It is designed to remove the washers one at a time as the power director wears, A lot of the time that is all you need to solve the problem. Some of the time it is hard to describe in type what you are trying to say, so hope I helped you. Dave

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