Frozen Transmission 1953 Ford Jubilee Tractor




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flipklos: Should have put 4 or five quarts of alcohol in it. With that heater on it it would have been water free in about 15 min.

EdzGarage: Thanks Scott!

EdzGarage: It is a good tractor! Thanks for the comment.

EdzGarage: Thanks for watching!

EdzGarage: @mrpolarisindy500 Yep, we would have the back blade too. We will see if we get to it this year.

Phillip Tokish: very good work, thats good you got it going agin, i have seen this so meny times befor with water in the transmission, i try to changing the transmission oil in my tractors once a year, there out side in the rain most of the time to, great work, 5 stars

slowride55: oh yeah

EdzGarage: LOL Mike does love his iced coffee.

EdzGarage: @cowpoke1000 You are right. Leaving the tractor out in the elements creates condensation in the transmission. I was lucky nothing was damaged. Thanks for the comment!

EdzGarage: @BEEBEE159 It sounds like the clutch is not adjusted correctly or the pressure plate is broken.

EdzGarage: @BEEBEE159 That's cool you fixed it. Good job!

Bob Simmons: I then started the tractor, expecting the transmission to really perform well with the new fluid; but, to my surprise, I was unable to move the shifter into any gear without grinding against what felt like spinning gears. I am able to shift into all gears with the engine turned off; however, when I start the engine I must put the shifter in neutral, otherwise the tractor will move even though I have my foot on the clutch. What do you think the problem could be?

Needmorehorsepower: nice work ed,glad you got er going 5stars bud

EdzGarage: @vidman008 lol I didn't think so!

EdzGarage: Thanks! I'll be changing regularly too now.

EdzGarage: @Alexsslawncare Yes I do! Checkout my latest vid on my channel where I use the tractor to get a downed deer in the woods. Thanks for watching!

EdzGarage: @janssen70 Really, that's all I have.

EdzGarage: @scrambleout Thanks for the comment and tip!

Subz3r097: @edzgarage Cool thanks a lot!

EdzGarage: @deeredrummer47 I will show the front plow this spring when I repair the hydraulics.

EdzGarage: Thanks! My brother gave me the gun.

jdrocks85: frozen trans must have a bad seal good job ed:) 5 stars

EdzGarage: Thanks for watching!

richthecardude94: nice lol

TheSaturnV: What a great old tractor. Thanks for posting this. *****

mstruckerboy: Nice tractor! I love the old Ford's :D

Tristan102100: i can tell you that is not a 53...or at least the fenders are not. the "ford" on the fenders did not come untill 1960.

EdzGarage: @will8power They are good old tractors.

dukesroc01: ur welcome

mrpolarisindy500: Why dont you weld up a plow for the front of it??

vidman008: Dang Ed... We don't have that problem in Texas!!! :o)

Bob Simmons: @edzgarage I don't know what was stuck; but it is working fine now. I flushed the transmission with two gallons of WD-40. I ran the engine so that the WD-40 would work into all the gears; and then let it sit for awhile. I did this several times; and then I drained it. I let the transmission drain all day long, then I refilled it with new transmission fluid. Now, it works just fine again. Whatever was stuck, the WD-40 sure did the trick.

NathansBackwoods: @janssen70, Yep, in america almost all tractors pre 1960 were gas or (petrol) Unfortunately...But there were a few models from the 30s that were diesel...one of my favorites was the Mccormick Deering wd40 came out in 1936 i believe, 461 cubic inch 7.5 liter inline 4 cylinder diesel hand crank on gas then switch to diesel.

EdzGarage: Yep, same problem I found. The boot has since been replaced. Thanks for the comment!

scrambleout: i love the jubilees,mine got full of water and in the hydrolics also,,i good way to clean the water out of both systems is to fush them out with desiel fuel

Chrisgarage1: ahhh man that sucks it got water in it but at least you get er goin ed! awesome vid 5*****

Needmorehorsepower: @cubcadetpuller that is soooooo funny!

slowride55: i love those old tractors, ive driven my grandmas 8n

dukesroc01: do u always work outside? thats fine if u do but isn't it alot easier working inside or don't u have a shop to work in? nevertheless great vid

IHcubcadet: Nice job, that torpedo heater was a great idea.

Wesley David: That's why my dad dose not let leave the my tractor

EdzGarage: I have a garage... edzgarage...lol The tractor would not move, so we did the job outside. Thanks for the comment!

richthecardude94: trhat sucks get her goin again sumtime

Alex M: @edzgarage Oh. duh. lol i watched that befor i watched this. I wana buy my aunts thats Just like this one! But i dont have a place to park it :( living in town sucks! lol i would trade with you any day!

Bob Simmons: I have a transmission problem, and I'm hoping you can give me some advice. I bought a 1954 Ford tractor a few months ago. A few days ago I decided to change the transmission fluid. The transmission worked just fine; but I know that most people tend to neglect the fluid, so I decided to go ahead and change it. Well, as I suspected, the fluid was contaminated with water. The fluid looked like a vanilla milkshake. I drained the old fluid and then added some new fluid (80W-90 GL-5, from Walmart)...

EdzGarage: I think that's how it's getting into mine too.

EdzGarage: @mrpolarisindy500 I have a front plow for the 8N. We were thinking of fabricating mounts for the Jubilee's loader arms.

Rockin Guy: Wow! Your lucky it didn't mess that transmission up. 5 stars for getting it going.

EdzGarage: Thanks!

EdzGarage: @flipklos Thanks for the tip!
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