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  1. #1
    Bronze Member
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    Dec 2010
    Nova Scotia
    Ford 4500 tlb

    Default Ford 4500 Transmission

    Hi guys,

    I finally finished my Transmission rebuild on the 4 speed Shuttle Shift, wow it's hard when you can only work on it for a week out of a month.
    works like a top giddy-up

    thanks!! herringchoker for all your help wouldn't been able to do it with out you

    What ended up happening is the torque converter turned to be a dud and needed to be changed out, it was definitely an experience that I do not want to do over again lol

    Joseph Industries out of Ohio is a good place to get parts at reasonable prices
    just make sure you get them to send parts by mail in Canada
    brokerage fees are nuts

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    Platinum Member herringchoker's Avatar
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    Oct 2004
    New Brunswick, Canada
    Kubota B7800, Case 450

    Default Re: Ford 4500 Transmission

    Hey gammer, glad to hear you got'er going. Happy to help out. The 4500 is a real workhorse.
    Kubota B7800, LA402 FEL, Homemade cab, 60" bushcutter, 74" rear snowblower (shrunk to 62").
    Kubota RTV500.
    Case 450 c/w 6-way dozer.

  3. #3
    New Member
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    Sep 2012
    colorado springs,co
    Ford 4500

    Default Re: Ford 4500 Transmission

    I am having trouble with my transmission on my Ford 4500. It will go backwards perfectly, but it won't go forwards. I guess it is time for a transmission rebuild. Not sure if I should do it myself, but would like to. Where did you get the procedure to do the rebuild?

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    Super Star Member LD1's Avatar
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    Apr 2008
    Central Ohio
    Kubota MX5100

    Default Re: Ford 4500 Transmission

    He hasnt been back since May so you may not get an answer. I would start a new thread if I were you.

    And include more detail. Like what transmission (how many speed), year of tractor, etc.

    Shouldnt be too difficult on the 4500, cause the backhoe comes off pretty easy as does the loader provided you have a gantry crane or an i-beam or something to support it with once you un-bolt it.

    But it could also be something simple like a broke shift fork or shaft. Try pulling just the top-cover and see if you can see anything.
    ".........there is only one way to find out."
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