Well an issue did come up which brings me back to a couple of months ago. I noticed the power was slowly leaving, in terms of moving forward and reverse. Front loader and backhoe work great. I noticed I couldnt get out of small ruts. After sitting for a while, the power would return. That happened for about a week. All fluids changed and fine. Starts up great. No knocking. Then I noticed even an ant hill was too much to climb. Low 1st gear is what I used to inch it to work area. R1 on Low gear was strongest. All of that being said. I joined tractor forum. Do pumps come and go when breaking or do you break right away? You guys concluded I lost a pump somewhere. That is fine. It rained much locally, so I couldnt open her up but didn't want to do it with out knowing what pump.
Here is the rub. Nowhere can I find a pump that deals with transmission. All pump information directs me to external pump for lifts. Lifts are fine. The manual shows no pumps whatsoever. I have a brother who used to work on farm tractors but has now moved on to a much busier job, so his time is limited. He floated idea if it even had a pump, that maybe its a clutch run transmission. He may have dumbed it down for me, so not sure if that makes sense. He ran through manual to no avail. So now I'm wondering if I even have to right tractor I.D. I dug around and figure I would decipher it myself. Tractor Model# is K5011K. Right off the bat, "K" is the curveball. First letter usually ABCD, etc. which tells you 2000, 3000 series, etc. I continue. 50= Industrial, 1= Diesel, 1= No PTO, K=6/4 Manual Reversing
Tractor Production Code: 2L08B. 2=1972 L=November 08= 8th Day B=Day Shift. Unit Date Code: *C362502* C=USA and 362502=made in 1972.
Now I'm new on decipher but that is what I have. No where does a Model # start with letter "K". so maybe that will help decipher what exact model I have in order see if I have right manual. doesn't seem to have a mounted pump on transmission.
I keep trying to post photos but errors keep occurring. will keep trying. At this point, it is real easy to get confused. I would appreciate all advice. Thank you guys.