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Old 12-22-2013, 04:54 PM
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Default Case 1070 transmission repair aka Taylor's tractor.

Well today I finally got her tractor in the shop. Some of you may remember the thread in off topic about my wife being upset with us for buying it. What I want to do here is a step by step of rebuilding the power shift to help others out with power shift problems. Here are a couple of pictures to get you started.
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Old 12-22-2013, 11:21 PM
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from this one ........
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Old 12-24-2013, 01:21 AM
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Hey thanks Gwiz, I was posting from my smart/dumb operator phone so the link thing wasn't happening for me.
Today I got tools put away from previous jobs so we can find things. I also looked up the serial number and found out it was built in 1970 and should be the creme color instead of white. Taylor wasn't feeling the best so nothing got done on the tractor today.
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Old 01-06-2014, 11:13 PM
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I finally got Taylor out to the shop tonight. We got the hoods off and everything ready to split it, 2 bolts left. Tomorrow night we should get the stands bolted up and actually rolled apart. Since it's an early 1070 the powershift rebuild is different than the later (white) tractors.
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What a great project.
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That is a really good looking tractor! Looking forward to the blow by blow.

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Great bonding time. I miss the days and evenings in the barn with the girls getting their calves, pigs and goats ready for fair. Then our time riding horses and driving teams, a whole nother level of bonding! Good job, gonna need that tractor in what, about 90 days?
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Old 02-09-2014, 10:13 PM
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Well as of late things have been real aggravating. I haven't been able to get her out to the shop for nothing until tonight. We got it split, the power shift pulled out and the pinion nut back on. We are under the gun to get it back together so we aren't rebuilding the powershift, just getting the job done. My goal is to get it back together by Friday night so I can get the engine out of Dad's 656 on Saturday. Then on Sunday I have a 4-H meeting in my shop.
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Old 02-18-2014, 11:17 PM
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We didn't make the Friday night but did make Saturday night. The test drive went great, no bad noises! It does have a few more things to sort out. The brake valve leaks, a couple of o rings should fix that, would have been a lot easier to do when it was split. Lights don't work and it has an issue with the starter, I believe it's the solenoid. I did take pictures through most of the job and will get them posted soon.
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Old 03-18-2014, 11:36 PM
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Well I guess a month is soon. Things have been busy here, I have been trying to get my sprayer put together in my F250, overhaul an engine and every other little thing that gets in my way.
Pic 1 is the offending nut installed, it was laying in the bottom of the housing with the tapered roller bearing.
Pic 2 is a wider view, you can see the hole just above the gear, this is where the power shift rear carrier goes and is held in with 3 3/8 bolts that are a bitch to remove and install, torque spec is 45 Ft Lbs, real fun with a wrench and can barely reach them.
Pic 3 is C2,C3 planetary set installed this is what the 3 bastard bolts hold in place.
Pic 4 is the C1, C4 carrier being installed. Nothing real difficult here other than getting the clutch plates splined on the ring gear behind this plate.
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