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need direction on 2290 powershift

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11-03-2012 09:25:40

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Been through the powershift on our 2290 and all is well mechanically. Checked valve body / pilot valves etc. Everything works but transmission doesn't release totally when stepping on clutch pedal. Have to grind gears - to get it in gear, then everything works normally. What might be cauing this? Pedal adjustment appears correct according to the manual but the engine grumph that occurrs when the pedal is depressed is lower than I remember it being.

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11-04-2012 12:04:44

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 Re: need direction on 2290 powershift in reply to AllanC, 11-03-2012 09:25:40  
Need to split again, U missed/caught last C2 plate in planetary ring gear during assembly. The 3 allen headed brg retainer screws need to tighten IMMEDIATELY after bottoming out if all plates are caught.

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11-04-2012 18:25:09

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 Re: need direction on 2290 powershift in reply to dwag, 11-04-2012 12:04:44  
That would do it alright but...I was quite careful assebling for this not to happen. So I don't think so, but... at this point nothing is off the lisr.

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11-03-2012 09:41:33

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 Re: need direction on 2290 powershift in reply to AllanC, 11-03-2012 09:25:40  
I have had new rebuilds do this clutch pedal movement is critical as is hyd specs, does it make it better if the engine rpms are at 1000 rpms or so? you may need to adjust the rps needle valves also this is best done by some one familure with doing so, a "blinky Box" is not required for a person used to doing this, others will join in I am sure but most times I have found the clutch pedal stop and or cable adjust ment is the cause cnt

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11-05-2012 20:13:46

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 Re: need direction on 2290 powershift in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 11-03-2012 09:41:33  
Hey case nutty I've been trying to dig up blinky box and since you just mentioned it do have one or even know where one is that could be bought?

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