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Allis Chalmers 7060 - transmission

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1974 - 1981
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Transmission:

Transmission:Allis-Chalmers Power Director
Type:partial power shift
Gears:20 forward and 4 reverse
Oil capacity:29.6 qts [28.0 L]
Oil type:
Allis-Chalmers Power Fluid 821

The Power Director uses a gear shift, range shift, and the two-speed Power Director. The gear shift lever selects one of five forward gears, or reverse. The range shift lever selects between high and low ranges. The tractor must be stopped, and the clutch pedal used, to change the gear or range. Once in motion, the Power Director is operated by means of two foot switches that can be switched, on the move, without the clutch.
Speeds:With 18.4x38 rear tires.
7060 Power Director partial power shift speeds
 

Transmission:

Transmission:Allis-Chalmers Power Shift
Type:partial power shift
Gears:12 forward and 2 reverse
Oil capacity:28 qts [26.5 L]
Oil type:
Allis-Chalmers Power Fluid 821

The power shift transmission uses a gear shift and range shift. The range shift lever selects one of two ranges. The tractor must be stopped, and the clutch used, to change the range. The gear shift selects one of six forward gears, and reverse. The gears can be shifted while the tractor is in motion, simply by moving the lever. The clutch is needed to switch from a forward gear to reverse.
Speeds:With 18.4x38 rear tires.
7060 Power Shift partial power shift speeds
 

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