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1952 Ferguson TO-30: Hi/Lo Transfer Case

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JZ Tractors

01-20-2023 21:48:00

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I am restoring a 1952 Ferguson TO-30 and on the Hi/Lo transfer case, the bottom yoke keeps slipping off the control arm when we try to shift from hi to lo. Any suggestions on how to get the yokes and gears all back together inside the transfer case?

Thank you in advance for any help.

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01-26-2023 14:41:07

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 Re: 1952 Ferguson TO-30: Hi/Lo Transfer Case in reply to JZ Tractors, 01-20-2023 21:48:00  
Look up YouTube channel Bundy Bears as he show rebuilding a few fergies and may have what you need to see, or a model close enough you can work through.


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01-25-2023 09:50:16

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 Re: 1952 Ferguson TO-30: Hi/Lo Transfer Case in reply to JZ Tractors, 01-20-2023 21:48:00  
I think you should be calling a transmision instead of a transfer case. That is what the factory called it and calling it a transfer case could confuse people. I have both a 41 9N and a 44 2N with just the overdrive gear in them as the ones with the under drive gear were not yet avaible. Mine was put in the 2N as soon as were avaible. Transfer means taking power from one place to anouther, not changeing speed to what it is hooked to.

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01-21-2023 01:47:42

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 Re: 1952 Ferguson TO-30: Hi/Lo Transfer Case in reply to JZ Tractors, 01-20-2023 21:48:00  
Hi/Lo transfer case. Yoke slipping off the arm, to me, at about 1.30 in the morning, sounds like your missing a pin. Pictures might help.
Now is this transfer case in front of the transmission?, behind the transmission? or back at the PTO? Handle on the right side, left side or top? Then again at 1.30 AM the answer might be eluding me

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