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Farmall & IHC Tractors Discussion Forum

786 TA/clutch questions

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05-30-2016 09:30:22

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hello all.
I have an old 786 IHC with some problems, the TA in low works but there is a slip meaning it moves but not great (not sure if its the clutch slipping or the TA) and it doesnt work in high, wont even move. we dont have any manuals here for it and the boss man uses it for bailing his hay and its about that time.

so before i get elbow deep into splitting it is there anything i can check/ linkage adjustment's?

also the mcv pump pressure out the back is 2500 PSI is this correct?

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Jim Naden

05-30-2016 18:03:01

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 Re: 786 TA/clutch questions in reply to kitomer, 05-30-2016 09:30:22  
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You checked the hitch and remote relief pressure at the rear. Not related to the MCV at all as it is a different system. If it checks 2500 psi that circuit is good.

Inspect the TA cable adjustment, look at the anchor clamps and make sure they are secure and haven't allowed the cable to slip. Look at the upper end of the cable where it attaches to the lever, common for the link to freeze in the lever and break just above the adjustment turnbuckle.

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