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Ford 3910 problems

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Posted by Big Red on September 07, 2003 at 21:22:27 from (

Hey guys, I know you haven't heard from me yet in this forum because I stay in the IH Farmall forum all the time but I have a question about another tractor today. My main work tractor (3910 Ford)is having transmisson problems. The clutch acts like it's not engaging. When I mash it in to change gears, the gears grind like the clutch isn't being mashed at all. I know this is hard on the tractor but when I shove it in gear with the clutch pedal mashed the tractor starts moving like the clutch isn't engaged at all (in other words the tractor is moving with the clutch pedal mashed down...) I have tried adjusting the clutch already and have had no results from that. Does anyone here know what is wrong?? Please help me out I need this tractor soon or the work is really gonna start to get piled up on me.. Thanks again!!

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