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2590 power shift?

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JT's RandR

08-21-2013 17:26:03

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I"m working at a local shop and we had a 2590 come in that the owner complained the motor was pulling down when the tractor was going through the field. We pulled the oil pan and looked at bearings and sleeves no scoring anywhere. However, the tractor would hardly pull itself in reverse and when the clutch was pushed in you almost went through the window. I have grown up around these tractors and know that this is not normal for a trouble free tractor. We did replace the power shift valve gaskets and didn"t seem to help a lot. The owner isn"t going to fix it because he wants to trade it But I was curious to see what you guys thought it was. Thanks Justin

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08-21-2013 19:14:44

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 Re: 2590 power shift? in reply to JT's RandR, 08-21-2013 17:26:03  
Just remove C-3 pilotspool and clean and flush the bore and spool. Keep doing so till you can push it in and pull it out with no effort. Put spool and spring back in, install new hyd filters and the tractor will work fine unless the clutch packs are damaged already, which is very possible. If all the pilotspools are free and working properly but engine still labors, the tractor will need to be split to repair damaged clutches. Rod.

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08-21-2013 17:38:06

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 Re: 2590 power shift? in reply to JT's RandR, 08-21-2013 17:26:03  
check the transmision filters, and especially the screen

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