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
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
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
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
EdzGarage: @flipklos Thanks for the tip!
Frozen Transmission 1953 Ford Jubilee Tractor4.9
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