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3rd gear of Allis Chalmers CA

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Smith - PA

02-02-2004 17:16:52




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I have a CA that works excelent except for third gear. Once in a great while I can get it into third but i have to keep my hand on it when it is in or it will pop out wheather it is under load or not. However, most of the time i cannot get it into gear. I think that it is a bent fork but i am not sure. I knowingly bought it this way and planned on fixing it. Does anyone know if i might be right. If i am wrong, what do you think it is.

Thanks for your time and help.

Smith - PA

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steve

02-03-2004 15:18:48




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 Re: 3rd gear of Allis Chalmers CA in reply to Smith - PA, 02-02-2004 17:16:52  
there is a round cover on the right side of transmission held on by 4 bolts. take it off, it holds the forks. while off, pry the shaft with screw driver to check bearings. look at the gears to see which ones are rounded off.



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old

02-02-2004 17:48:49




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 Re: 3rd gear of Allis Chalmers CA in reply to Smith - PA, 02-02-2004 17:16:52  
Well it could well be a bent fork, or it could also be a bad bearing, or a bad gear, or even a bad detent but I'd think the bent fork is most likely.



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