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12-02-2010 04:52:33




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back on the 1070 pto discussion, the shift pins, i've seen lots of 90 series an a few 5000 series but very few 70 series peoblems just a fluke or were the 70 series better pins i've got a 90 here now that won't shift far enough to get the ring back in to run 540 suppose a pin broke an lodged.




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mEl

02-04-2011 03:56:54




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 Re: mEl in reply to Jason Kozlowski, 12-02-2010 04:52:33  
Sorry about that, no, try again. mEl



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02-04-2011 03:55:31




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 Re: mEl in reply to Gene Dotson, 12-02-2010 04:52:33  
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12-02-2010 08:59:42




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 Re: mEl in reply to Ande, 12-02-2010 04:52:33  
probably , either that or broke, we had a few lower sleeves in the 70 series break and a few problems with the pins also. I guess the design is so similar that what can happen to one can happen to the other. I really do not think that the lower sleeve and gear train is the problem with the unit in question however. mEl



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