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W. H.

10-29-2007 02:02:44

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Used to have a creeper gear on my "G" Allis Chalmers. Can"t get it into this gear now. Does anyone have an idea how to fix this?

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W. H.

10-29-2007 16:39:13

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 Re: Model G Allis Chalmers in reply to W. H., 10-29-2007 02:02:44  
Thanks for the info guys. I'm working nights tonight and will try your tips tomorrow. Will let you know.

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10-29-2007 14:57:30

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 Re: Model in reply to W. H., 10-29-2007 02:02:44  
start on the left and push the shifter lever down, then raise it to neutral and move slightly to the right and push down. this will be first. note the height if the lever. now raise it again and move all the way to the right and push down. note the the shift lever is now lower that it was when it was in first. hope this helps Bob

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Texas Denny

10-29-2007 09:04:03

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 Re: Model in reply to W. H., 10-29-2007 02:02:44  
My suspicion is that it is still there but it is right next to low and there speed difference is not huge. I can get to mine on my G but can't be sure if I am in the right place most of the time.

I checked the parts manual and my pictures and am not positive where the forks are removed. There is a plate on the side of the transmission. Looks like the right side behind the battery box. I believe the same fork that gives low also does the creaper gear. If low works OK, the creaper should as well. I owned my G for over a year before I discovered the creaper gear. The guy I bought it from didn't know that it had it.

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Joe M(GA)

10-29-2007 18:25:26

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 Re: Model in reply to Texas Denny, 10-29-2007 09:04:03  
Use a little "roll" of your wrist to the righr as you push the lever forward. Sometimes in G's that were used a great deal the bottom of the shifter becomes a bit worn and allows the bottom of the shifter to get out of the "low-low" notch. If all else fails, put tractor in neutral, remove the seat, pull the shifter boot, remove snapring and pull out the shifter. When you look in the hole the low low shift rail should be just a little to the front center. If you don't see it, reach in with a screwdriver and hook the notch and pull it back until it clicks. you should see this-
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heres a better idea of what your working with-
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