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Crawlers, Dozers, Loaders & Backhoes Discussion Forum

jcb 1550 backhoe

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greg c

07-25-2003 00:42:37




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having a problem with "84 jcb 1550 backhoe moves fine in reverse but only tries to in forward. is there a simple solution or am in for a transmission overhaul???




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Mac

07-26-2003 17:16:00




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 Re: jcb 1550 backhoe in reply to greg c, 07-25-2003 00:42:37  
It is more than likely that the "Belvedere" spring for the forward clutch is broken,this is a diaphragm type spring,should it crack it will no longer be strong enough to hold the pressure on the forward clutch pack,you would have to remove the shuttle box to replace it,I am taking it your machine has manual forward/reverse change and not electric,if its manual change the setup is,engine torque convertor,shuttle box,four speed gearbox,propshaft and back axle,if it is electric change the shuttle box and the gearbox is all one unit and it does not have that spring and the problem could be electric,but I think for an 84 it should be manual.come back if it is manual and I will tell you how replace the spring.
Mac

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greg c

07-28-2003 13:25:40




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 Re: Re: jcb 1550 backhoe in reply to Mac, 07-26-2003 17:16:00  
yes, mine has manual shift and I do get forward movement in 1st gear, enough just to move it around,really appreciate knowing how to fix this problem. MAC go ahead and send it to my e-mail thank-you



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