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W 14, CE question for mEl

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02-03-2020 06:46:58

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My W 14 has the hard shift. Did all W 14's have the hard shift? Is there some part in the transmission that can be removed to make it into a soft shift? There are times it would be nice to reverse direction without making a complete stop first. Is there any disadvantage to change it if it is even possible?

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02-05-2020 13:35:16

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 Re: W 14, CE question for mEl in reply to DKase, 02-03-2020 06:46:58  
DK, Those loaders were not a part of our contract and I have limited experience with them, I would suggest you go to the Heavy Equipment Forum, it is simple to sign up and there are separate forums for each type equipment, there will be a front end loader forum, it is full of very smart people on all brands.

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02-06-2020 07:33:57

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 Re: W 14, CE question for mEl in reply to mEl, 02-05-2020 13:35:16  
I put thousands of hours on W-14 and W-20's they are not designed to shift while moving just the way the Allisons are in them come to a stop and quick shift,, I have seen them torn up by shifting while moving, the next gen loaders have 4 speeds and can be shifted like you are asking about like a 621

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02-05-2020 15:23:05

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