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 11-01-1999, 00:00 Post: 9339
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Guy's, some advise please. I just bought a brand new NH TC25D. I am having a small problem with the transmission though. Somtimes the hst range shifter will not shift out of the gear its in or will only shift freely through some of the gears. I always use the clutch to shift ranges. When it sticks I release the clutch then tap the peddal. Then the shifter loosens up and shifts through all ranges. Why is this happening? Can it be fixed or will it get better with time? What should I do? Has this happened to you? Any thoughts would be appreciated.






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 11-01-1999, 00:00 Post: 9341
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Danny, I think you will find that's just the nature of the beast with compact tractors. Both of my Kubotas have been the same way, and so are the rest that I've heard about. I also have a cousin (named Danny) who is having a new NH TC29 delivered tomorrow (his first tractor ever) and the salesman has already told him about that. And you are shifting the range shifter the same way the rest of us do; release the clutch, tap the pedal, clutch again and shift (sometimes may have to do it two or three times). You'll probably also have the same situation shifting into 4WD.






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 11-01-1999, 00:00 Post: 9346
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I have a TC29D that does the same thing. I thought that it might be just the newness of the tractor. It has gotten a little better with use, but I still need to use the clutch and tap the pedal upon occasion.b27






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 11-01-1999, 00:00 Post: 9348
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Danny,I have a TC33D and I never use the clutch. I only shift ranges at a stop though. I don't have any problems shifting ranges other than needing an occasional speed pedal tap to go into gear.DeanQ






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 11-02-1999, 00:00 Post: 9364
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Danny,Hope I'm not talking out of context here, or missing your problem...Even our 4100 hydro sometimes requires me to apply a little pressure to the Range selector lever when shifting into low range, while lightly pressing the forward pedel. Same thing with my 5 speed car while shifting into reverse. Sometimes have to slowly/lightly release the clutch with a little pressure on the shifter, and it falls right into gear. I find the same effect disengaging the 4wd on the 4100, although I've found putting pressure on the 4wd lever while slowly pressing the "reverse" pedel pops it right out....Guess gear syncronization isn't all it's cracked up to be.






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 11-02-1999, 00:00 Post: 9366
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The reason the feathering of the hydro pedal is necessary & normal is because the gears are NOT synchronized.






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 11-02-1999, 00:00 Post: 9369
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Rick,Humm..If posting for Danny's problem:Danny referenced a clutch so I'm assuming he has a "gear" tranny, not a hydro.If posting for my reference to a syncronized tranny:I apologies for writting poorly, I meant to talk about Danny's unit..I "assume" they have some degree of gear syncronization.






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 11-02-1999, 00:00 Post: 9377
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Danny... I have a new NH TC29D. Never had any problem shifting OUT of a range, into neutral, but often cannot go from neutral INTO a range. A method that works for me, dumb as it sounds, is just to bounce back & forth in the seat a couple of times while trying to shift... the tractor will rock back & forth just enough to move the gears a bit, and let you shift ranges. See, I told you it sounds dumb... Try it anyway! ...Richard






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 11-02-1999, 00:00 Post: 9378
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mls... Surprisingly, NH's have a regular clutch between the engine and the HST. FYI. (I have a TC29D). ...Richard






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 11-03-1999, 00:00 Post: 9386
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Had a TC25D and upgraded to a TC33D for more hp; both machines exhibited what you describe and both responded to most of the remedies offered. Note -be careful when shifting on steep hills-you loose braking ability.






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