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1070 case tranny

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09-11-2019 14:44:45

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Ok bushoging today finished up field, back up a bit then went back to number 1 in power shift....worked......nothing in 2 or 3 no engine load just zip......3 range would try to move a little.......no reverse now either just 1 range forward.......going to change the filters but what else? do I use wix filters or get case ones?

never had a bit of trouble powershift was strong.....

I also don't have the dump valve sound when I push the clutch to get it into gear........it grinds...........thoughts.........

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09-11-2019 15:56:16

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 Re: 1070 case tranny in reply to farmerscotty, 09-11-2019 14:44:45  
it does grind to get it in gear some but it will go in........just no sound when you push the clutch in to shift it into gear like it did...took off floor plate....powershift cable is moving in and out the the clutch cable it working to.......pushing you back to 1 in the power shift.....took off the filters pretty full of silver shiny stuff.......both of them.......have new ones coming in tomorrow............

let me know what you think

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09-11-2019 19:35:48

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 Re: 1070 case tranny in reply to farmerscotty, 09-11-2019 15:56:16  
I'm not a power shift guru but --- Silver shiny stuff in your pocket is good. Shiny silver stuff in your tranny filters is bad. My guess is you will have to take some of the shiny stuff out of your pocket to remedy the shiny stuff in your filter.

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