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Super M-TA again

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06-02-1999 14:11:51

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Hy-tran did not help. Starting to hear a high scraping noise in low range and she's also still slipping bad. Every once and a while she'll grab good; but not too often. I think she's shot! Mechanic told me that the over-running clutch is probably slipping. I don't think any adjustment will help.Any ideas out there? Looks like I'll be splitting a tractor in half this winter. Caan I get a re-built TA or will I have to send mine out?

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06-02-1999 19:47:33

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 Re: Super M-TA again in reply to C.Fitz, 06-02-1999 14:11:51  
Maybe I'll leave the 85W in my tractor after all. I've never had any trouble with my tractors with 85W oil in them. I have the TA out of my 350 diesel now and it cost me $500 for a rebuilt, you will find that price to be common every place. To put in the TA you will have to split the tractor and pull the center out. You'll find the two seals I told you about. I hope you saved that good 90W oil, you can use it when you put in that rebuilt TA. I found the 90W oil helps reduce gear noises. I'm still learning.

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06-03-1999 07:19:19

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 Re: Re: Super M-TA again in reply to Ronnie (again), 06-02-1999 19:47:33  
Don't run 80-90 in a tractor it will not do the TA
any good it will ruan the needle brgs.

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06-03-1999 15:37:39

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 Re: Re: Re: Super M-TA again in reply to Jim , 06-03-1999 07:19:19  
I have a Super M-TA diesel with almost 10,000 hrs on it and I run 85-140 in trans. and it's still going. I'm the third owner and the engine hasn't even been into. I have put 2,000 hrs. on it myself. I would think that would try out the TA. How long do they normaly run with 85-140 oil in them? The tractor has a hour meter so I no the hrs. are right and the guy I bought it from said he never did any thing to the tractor and when he bought it it was the same as new. I don't under stand this tractor running this long do you?

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06-25-1999 05:35:47

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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Super M-TA again in reply to Ronnie , 06-03-1999 15:37:39  
I have a 46 Farmall A. Does anyone know how much gear oil this tractor takes. And is it true that you should not use 85-90 gear oil? Also, I have a pto seal leaking. Where can I get this seal?

Any help greatly appreciated

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06-02-1999 16:11:08

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 Re: Super M-TA again in reply to C.Fitz, 06-02-1999 14:11:51  
Actually there are several components to a mechanical TA that can be dealt with separately. Your failure is probably in the ramp & carrier, or one-way clutch. This carrier also contains the planetary gears, which need to be timed when reassembled. The TA's flywheel, clutch disc, and pressure plate drive the tractor in direct, you will have to disassemble these to get the carrier out. A double split will be necessary to do the job. Hy-Capacity is a good source, and there are choices such as sprag-type or ramp & roller style and a 6- or 9 spring TA pressure plate, button disc, etc. I did a 400 3 years ago and dropped $1000 in parts, did the labor myself.

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06-02-1999 15:40:57

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 Re: Super M-TA again in reply to C.Fitz, 06-02-1999 14:11:51  

you can get a re-built one from hy - capacity.

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06-02-1999 15:40:41

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 Re: Super M-TA again in reply to C.Fitz, 06-02-1999 14:11:51  

you can get a re-built one from hy - capacity.

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