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    Farm Tractors & Equipment 1960-1984

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  1. Typically only tractors with digital instrument cluster had the switch. The pto speed read out changed automatically from 540/1000 when you flipped the shaft.
  2. Making progress..........prayers.
  3. About year ago they gave me a new set of caster wheels for mine. He wasn't sure they would be right so ordered one, I measured bolt pattern to confirm. He said they was over 4 hundred bucks apiece. Also have had multiple lock-n-roll latches replaced with no questions asked.
  4. Been wondering about him myself. I always sat up and take notice when he posts something.
  5. edsfarm we must have hit send at the same time.............
  6. Step 141 is the key to disassembly. I however have a big punch (shaft) machined to fit in front end of shaft. 1 or 2 solid hits with ole machine hammer shatters the pins I am not planning to reuse anyway then she falls apart.
  7. Craftsman.........good farmer / farm shop tools as long as it's the older ones. Dad has a bunch of older Craftsman sockets and wrenches that have served him well over the years on the farm. Came in from milking and feeding on the morning of my 14th birthday. 77 piece Master Mechanic socket on my place at breakfast table. Little did I / we know at that time they would get put to use like they have. Started adding to with Craftsman sockets only to find chrome chipped off and sockets couldn't take the daily use. Slowly started switching over to Snapon when I went to work for White dea
  8. No, the standard plate has the pressure and return connected by an internal passage. The power beyond does NOT. Your loader valve becomes your internal connected passage.
  9. Shifting piston 26 goes inside of output shaft 37, then pins 23 go thru shift collar 22 on thru slotted hole you see in 37 an engage into groove in piston 26. The hollow output shaft goes out the rear of pto when you disassembly it. If you look up inside shifting piston you will note a pin in center, now look at your 540/1000 shaft. 540 end has a hole and 1000 end doesn't that is what pushes piston back against spring pressure moving collar 22 between the gears.
  10. Couple shop notes....... TO INSTALL POWER BEYOND ON 74 SERIES PRIOR TO SERIAL NUMBER 113209 USE 470603R4 COVER SERIAL NUMBER 113210 AND AFTER USE THE 123082C1 COVER NOTE: ALL SERIAL NUMBERS THE RETURN LINE FROM AUXILIARY VALVE WILL ATTACH TO THE TRANSMISSION HOUSING DIRECTLY BELOW THE RIGHT REAR AXLE HOUSING USING PART 218-5078 NOTE; IF VALVE IS DISCONNECTED THE PRESSURE AND RETURN HOSES HAVE TO BE CONNECTED TO COMPLETE THE CIRCUIT OR DAMAGE TO THE PUMP WILL RESULT DUE TO CONSTANTLY RUNNING OVER THE RELIEF VALVE.
  11. Pull the output group apart and you will find the shift pins that move shift collar between gears will be broken.
  12. Shift piston in hollow output shaft moves shift collar between 540 and 1000 gears on output shaft. The only clutch is the one in lower left of your pic.
  13. Use a straight edge and see if spool is true.
  14. Me too..........I was at a Ford field demo and they had a driving course set up where you drove tractor thru. At that time I was working for White dealer and the 6000 series White's ran the same transmission. Have rebuilt quite a few Funk transmissions from GVM Prowlers that used the same control as the Ford's & White's.
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