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|HH||I have recently replaced the clutch in my MM and once inside I discovered that the rear seal was leaking and the clutch was covered with oil. I thought I had found my problem but when I got everything back together the tractor would still not move.
Could my problem be the ampli-torc transmission? I have tried to adjust it using the side adjustment hole and I moved it 4 notches and it did not help.
Is it possible to by-pass this ampli-torc system and put it into high range? I do not have the need for low range for my tractor use.
Thanks for any help you can give me.
|Steve||With the stick locked forward, you are in direct drive. This connects the clutch directly to the transmission. Make sure you have 1/2 to 1 inch of free travel in the clutch pedal. Why did you replace the clutch?