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Figure 4-38. Low clutch rear bearing, removal and installation
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Figure4-41.Low clutch, removal and installation
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4-11. Linkage Adjustment.
a. Speed Selector Linkage. The linkage must be
adjusted so that operator's control is positioned to
correspond exactly to the detent positions of the speed
selector valve. With the linkage disconnected, place
both the selector valve and the operator's control in
the neutral position. Adjust the linkage so that it can
be freely connected without moving the valve or the
control. Then try the control in each speed range
position. Make minor adjustments, if necessary, to
insure that the selector valve detent seats at every
speed range position of the operator's control.
b. Forward-Reverse Linkage. The forward and
reverse control linkage must be adjusted so that the
neutral, forward and reverse detent positions of the
valve correspond exactly with those of the operator's
control. This adjustment is made in a manner similar
to the adjustment of the speed selector linkage ( a
above).
c. Inching Control Linkage. Inching is controlled
by the inching pedal which is linked to the inching con-
trol valve in the transmission control valve. The
linkage must be adjusted so that 0 to 16 pounds of
pressure on the pedal results in only 0.0 to 0.10 inch of

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