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Transmisson acting up help please

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Andrew karau

05-21-2003 20:23:01




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ON them wd u should be able to put them in gear without clutching it right cuase with the wet clutch and all but when i got to put it in gear it grinds. i have to put in the foot clutch put it in gear and it will drive for like two feet and then u have to use the wet clutch there after thanks help needed




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JMS/MN

05-21-2003 22:13:05




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 Re: transmisson acting up help please in reply to Andrew karau, 05-21-2003 20:23:01  
The foot clutch was designed to be used for shifting gears. The hand clutch was designed to provide live pto and hydraulic power. The only reason that you can shift gears with the hand clutch is because of age and wear in the system. The transmission is not acting up. Use the foot clutch to shift gears. (It operates AHEAD of the transmission, the hand clutch operates BEHIND the transmission).

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wdTom

05-22-2003 18:16:49




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 Re: Re: transmisson acting up help please in reply to JMS/MN, 05-21-2003 22:13:05  
I have to disagree with you, the hand clutch is ahead of the transmission, but back of the pto and hydraulics, while the foot clutch is ahead of all of them. Thick oil is the reason the hand clutch seems not to release all the way, works better with warm/hot oil.



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Eldon

05-21-2003 21:59:17




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 Re: transmisson acting up help please in reply to Andrew karau, 05-21-2003 20:23:01  

Use the foot clutch when shifting gears or you will get to know the insides of your tranny on a new level. The hand clutch is intended only to provide live power and hydraulics.....it also runs in oil so it can be slipped without damage. We rarely shifted gears without using the foot clutch, but the tractor was always under heavy pto load at the time.



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