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Re: 871 Gold Demonstrator/ 841 stuck in high on the combo
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Your SOS transmission is a factory reman. Many of those early transmissions were sent back for upgrades. Some were replaced with later DDC transmissions. Yours, obviously, was originally part of a gold demo tractor before it was rebuilt.
As these transmissions were replaced, the dealer was supposed to re-stamp the tractor's serial number on the left and stamp that number on the right as well. Or the right one could have been stamped at factory for an S/N record of the remanned transmissions. Obviously yours got the right side number, but not the left. Perhaps someone else knows what the purpose of the right side number was. Other than my guesses above, I do not.
As to the snap ring, without a picture it's hard to tell where it came from. My guess, however, would be that a rear split and tear down of the components that are removed from the rear would reveal its location. Sounds like it could be a clutch pack snap ring. If it happens to be PTO clutch, that's a complete transmission disassembly.
As to the Sherman, which is what it sounds like you're talking about on the 841, someone else will need to answer those questions.
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