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Tried to do up our 76 model 574. Tractor was stuck in TA low and freewheeling. TA pump had pressure, relief valve spring was broken and replaced. Still no change. Took the TA out, and it had burned clutch discs both in high and low. Replaced the discs and the tractor no longer freewheels, but is still stuck in TA low. Haven't checked the pressure after the instillation, new gauge is in the mail. Is there any other problems than a blown seal or blocked pipe that stops the TA from shifting? Don't need the high side, but after taking the time to split the tractor I want it running right.
Hi folks, just curious if anyone out there has info on this. I'm replacing my 806 countershaft with a left handed thread one. Got the new one (used) in the mail today and noticed several differences between the old and new. The part numbers cross referenced ok when I purchased. The new shaft is slightly longer, has a groove in the middle, the non threaded end is different and the threaded end doesn't have a slot for the washer locking tab. Is this going to cause issues? Should I find a machinist to mill a slot out on the threaded end for the locking tab?