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Lawrence

04-21-2001 23:14:32




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I have a case 1070 with powershift. Have problems with powershift. Looked at a manual and it appears that the problem may be with the C3 clutch. I have heard that the powershift is a weak point on these tractors. What exactly goes wrong? Is it the piston? What should be repaced in a overhaul? Thanks for any help.




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gary

04-24-2001 11:25:41




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 Re: Case 1070 in reply to Lawrence, 04-21-2001 23:14:32  
I HAVE A CASE 1946 ? VA I NEED TO BUY THE CORRECT COLOR IN A SPRAY CAN IF POSSIBLE somone must have been color blind the painted it john deer green can somone help me out gary



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Lawrence

04-22-2001 11:02:22




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Case 1070 in reply to twopop, 04-22-2001 10:43:42  
I haven't checked anything yet. The reason I suspect the C3 clutch is that the tractor would stop in 2nd powershift when I used the hydralics. For this reason I would avoid 2nd in powershift. The guage pressure would be lower in 2nd powershift. Seems like a leak to me. Does the dealer provide a rebuild kit?



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