For rebuilt and used parts not listed online call 877-530-4430 or use our Request Used Parts button above. The next day or so and take a closer look. Tractor starts good, runs good etc, but we can't shift it into 3rd or 4th gear. Case Tractors, Case tractors use the Old Abe bald eagle trademark. When I got it all the lights worked, but that fiberglass shroud is junk. Yesterday's Tractors - Antique Tractor Headquarters.
The brakes are actuated by two master cylinders that are prone to leak. Half Shaft Bushing Model s : 395, 485, 495, 585, 595, 685, 695, 743, 745, 74. I would think you would have to follow the linkage to the transmission and see if it shifts there. Save up to 70% with rebuilt and used parts compared to dealer new part pricing. . I am wondering if something is jammed up under there? They are really comfortable, heavy, tractors that are a joy to operate with the synchronized transmission, power brakes, and power steering.
Some later models of 485 and 495 had a throw out bearing that contacted the pressure plate fingers all the time. It is a spring return lever. I can't help you with the shifting problem. Mark It is probably that the release lever height is not the same one all the levers. Is this a problem that would wear out the bearing or pressure plate prematurely? Half Shaft Bushing Model s : 395, 485, 495, 585, 595, 685, 695, 743, 745, 74.
It's a bit slow, and there have been times when a bit more snoose would be nice. For what I paid, I think its a good value. . Front Bolster Model s : 248, 258, 268, 385, 484, 485, 584, 684, 685, 78. I am new to this forum and would like to get some advice on my tractors issue of shifting rather hard in and out of hi range. Our inventory of 485 tractor parts is always changing.
Also, the clutch doesn't grab until about the last 1 inch of travel. Hammering - little much maybe? One thing you might try is to take your tractor on a high speed run to attempt to throw some oil up into the shift mechanism. When the clutch is depressed slightly in neutral I hear a chattering noise. . Sound was annoying though, was dealer installed with new pressure plate and machined flywheel etc. Have someone depress the the clutch pedal slowly and watch to see if the throw out bearing contacts all fingers simultaneously.
I own the 485's underpowered little brother. Trade Marks and Trade Names contained and used in this Website are those of others, and are used in this Website in a descriptive sense to refer to the products of others. Reproduction of any part of this website, including design and content, without written permission is strictly prohibited. When diagnosing an issue, or showing off your tractor or implement, it's important to add images so we all know what you're talking about. A reason for that happening on a clutch job like yours is the flywheel has not been machined properly.
Looks like I will have to have one of the mechanics I should have asked to do the job access the situation. Check to see if your 485 has a clutch return spring that goes on the clutch pedal lever to up under the dash support. I find that when it won't go into Low, Medium, or High - it will after I shift into 1st or 2nd on the column. I've lifted some heavy loads with the loader and hauled some huge logs out of the woods with it. Sounds like from the responses, that either the wrong clutch kit was installed or the release level height or pressure plate fingers are not adjusted correctly. .