Dynashift with power shuttle removing and install

Uncouple the tractor between the engine and the gearbox.
Drain the gearbox.
Remove the selector cover.
Remove the clutch cover plate, hydraulic control unit and front clutch from the power. Remove the input unit. Place the housing in vertical position and split the power shuttle rear clutch from the input unit.

Removing and disassembling the cover, front clutch casing and brake 

Using two locally made lugs or rings, remove the shaft (7), cover (13) and casing (21) assembly.
recover both the stop (70) and the locating pin.

Dynashift disassembly
Remove the piston (37) from the casing (21). Scrap the O’rings (35) (36).
Place the cover and casing assembly vertically on a workbench in which a hole (Ø approximately 65 mm) has been drilled in order to accommodate the transmission shaft.
Immobilize the transmission shaft (7) and a locally made spindle. Remove the screws (33) and split the secondary ring gear (34) from the secondary ring gear carrier (1).
Remove the circlip (69), pressing on the center of the primary ring gear (31) in order to compress the spring washer (77). Remove the primary ring gear (31) and ball bearing (27). Recover the spring washer.
Hold the transmission shaft (7) and remove the screws (25). Take out the secondary ring gear carrier (1).
Remove the casing (21) along with the piston (22). Remove the piston and scrap the O’rings (24)(26).
Remove the discs (3) (15), intermediate plates (2), clutch plate (17), hub (5), springs (20) and the thrust plate (16).
Extract the Belleville washer (4), clutch housing (14) and transmission shaft (7) taking care to draw them towards the inside face of the cover (13) and recover the friction washer (10).  

Removing and splitting the planet carrier unit

Compress the planet carrier assembly.
Remove the retaining ring (72). Remove the stud washer (76), planet carrier assembly and the shims
(71) mounted along the mating faces of the primary planet carrier (28).
Remove the secondary sun gear (61) and the retaining ring (49) (if necessary).
Remove the circlip (55). Remove the bearing (57) and the spacer (56).

Split the secondary planet carrier (39) from the primary planet carrier (28).
Remove the retaining ring (60) and bearing (58).
Place the secondary planet carrier in vertical position. Remove the needles (63) by hitting the planet carrier gently against a wooden shim. Split the planet carrier from the primary sun gear (64) along with the retaining ring (62) and oil splasher (75).
Remove the clutch plate (38), springs (65) and discs (41) (the latter should be separated from the clutch plate (44)).
Remove the rear clutch housing assembly (59), thrust plate (45) and the last disc (41). Remove the friction washer (51).
Remove the screws (46). Remove the cover (47) and the Belleville washers (52). Separate the thrust plate (45), discs (50) and intermediate plates (48).
Remove the hub (54).

Assembling  the  planet  carriers

Clean and check parts, replace any defective ones.
Make sure the lubrication holes on the planet carrier axes are not obstructed.
Check the axial clearance and rotation of each pinion gear by hand.
Assemble the primary sun gear (64), complete with retaining ring (62) and oil splasher (75), on the secondary planet carrier (39).
Into each hole of the primary sun gear, slide a needle (63) home in the groove of the secondary planet carrier.
Install the bearing (58), mount the retaining ring (60).
Assemble the secondary planet carrier on the primary planet carrier (28). Turn the pinion gears to ensure they mesh correctly.
Position the spacer (56), bearing (57) and fit the circlip (55).
Check the primary pinion gears backlash by hand.
Assemble the retaining ring (49) (if it was removed) on the secondary sun gear (61).

Installing the rear clutch and brake

Clean and check parts, replace any defective ones.
Turn the planet carriers over in order to access the screws (46).
Install the secondary sun gear (61), the housing (59) and the hub (54), with its internal grooves pointing downwards.
Assemble: discs (50), intermediate plates (48), the thrust plate (45), the Belleville washers (52) as indicated in Fig. 1 and refit the cover (47). Center the housing assembly (59) using tool ref. 3376887M1.
Smear the screws (46) with Loctite 242 and torque them to 12 - 16 Nm. Remove the tool.
Separate the housing unit from the planet carriers.
Coat the washer (51) with miscible grease and fit it on cover (47).
Type 648 Loctite or equivalent should be used to make the washer (78) glue to the cover (40).
Install a disc (41).
Install the housing assembly (59) and the washer (51) on the transmission shaft (53). Assemble the hub (54), making sure its internal grooves face upwards.
Install the two other discs (41) separated by the thrust plate (44). Refit the springs (65).
Installing the cover, front clutch, brake and casing

Check presence of rivets (23) on the cover (13).

Special points
- If it proves necessary to replace the bearing (11), force fit a new bearing (6) with its face flush with
the back end of the bearing.
- Degrease the mating faces of the bearing and of the washer (12). Apply a light coating of Loctite 648 or equivalent to one of the washer faces. Make the washer adhere to the bearing and leave to dry for a few minutes.
Place the bearing on the front cover (13) making sure to align the lubricating channels. Lightly coat the screws with Loctite 242 and torque them as follows:
- M8 (42) : 20 - 28 Nm  - M6 screw (9) : 12 - 16 NmAssemble the transmission shaft (7) via the inside surface of the cover (13) and the housing (14) together with the washer (12).
Place the cover on a suitable fixture. 
Install the Belleville washer (4), a disc (15) and the thrust plate (16).
Place the hub (5) on the transmission shaft (7) with the internal grooves facing upwards. Assemble the discs (3) and the intermediate plates (2).
Install the two remaining discs (15) one on each side of the clutch plate (17).
Install the springs (20).
Check presence of the rivets (74) on the spacer casing (21). Make sure the channels in the pistons (22) (37) within the casing (21) are not blocked.
Lubricate the O’rings (24) (26) and assemble them on the piston (22) and in the casing (21) respectively.
Position the piston in the casing and fit it using a small plastic mallet to hit progressively round the edge.
Install the casing (21) on the cover (13). Check that the casing lubricating channel aligns with that of the cover

Special point
- If either the cover (13) or the casing (21) is replaced it is necessary to check and possibly renew the shimming of the power shuttle front clutch.
Install the screws (18) and torque to 29 - 37 Nm.

Piston (22) hydraulic test
Connect a pressure gauge fitted with a valve and suitable fixture to the front piston port. Feed the circuit with compressed air at 0.3 bar. Close the valve and check that pressure does not drop over a period of approximately 60 seconds.
Install the bearing (27) on the primary ring gear (31).
Refit the ring gears (31) (34), secondary ring gear carrier (1), bearing (27) and spring washer (77).
Carry out operations 8 to 11 in reverse order.

In order to avoid any difficulties during assembly, refit the primary ring gear (31) before tightening the screws (25).
Torque as follows:
- screw (25) : 31 - 35 Nm, Loctite 242
- screw (33) : 13 - 15 Nm, Loctite 242

Lubricate and assemble new O’rings (35) (36). Place the piston (37) in the casing (21) and force fit it using a small plastic mallet to hit progressively round the edge.

Piston (37) hydraulic test
- Use a suitable fixture to hold the piston.
- Check seal tightness as for the front piston.

Shimming the planet  carriers
Adjusting clearance

For adjusting clearances J1 and J2, springs (65) and clutch plate (38) must be removed.

On rear clutch housing
Use a depth gauge to measure dimensions B and C at two opposing points. Take the average of the two readings. Calculate dimension: A = B - C.

On the planet carrier assembly 
Install secondary sun gear (61) complete with retaining ring (49) on ball bearing (57).
Measure dimension D using a depth gauge.

Determine gap E between primary planet carrier (28) and hub (54) according to the formula:
E = A + D
Fill space E with shims (71) having a value of E + 0.50 min. to + 0.70 max., to obtain a clearance of:
J1 = E + 0.50 to 0.70 mm

Adjusting J2 clearance
Place secondary sun gear (61) on housing (59) and the planet carrier assembly on the shaft (53). Install washer (76) and ring (72).
Position the feeler of a dial gauge  and check the clearance by moving the planet carrier assembly vertically.
Depending on the measured clearance, select the thickness of shims (71) to obtain J2 = 0 to 0.20 mm.
Remove the planet carrier assembly.
Install springs (65). Position clutch plate (38), ensuring that the notches align with the tabs of the cover (40).

Ensure presence of shims (71) defined at operation 66.
Refit secondary sun gear (61) and planet carrier assembly and compress.
Set shims (71) selected at operation 69 against the primary planet carrier (28). Install washer (76) and ring (72).
Check the secondary sun gear backlash by hand.

Assembling the input unit

Screw two guide studs on the casing (21) (Optional). Check presence of positioning pin and oil splasher on cover (40).

Use a sling to reinstall the transmission shaft assembly (7), cover (13) and casing (21) aligning the positioning pin with its housing on the cover (40).
Turn the shaft in order to engage the planet carriers in the ring gears.
Remove the guide studs (if used). Install the screws (30) and torque to 29 - 37 Nm, having lightly coated the threads with Loctite 242 beforehand.

Check shaft rotation
In case the cover (13) has been replaced, position the ring restrictor (8) having first lightly coated it with Loctite 648. Check that the product does not block the lubricating ports.
Reinstall the power shuttle rear clutch.
Refit the input unit and the power shuttle hydraulic unit. Refit the clutch cover.
Couple the tractor between the engine and the gearbox.
Top up housings with oil and check the level on the sight-glass on left at rear of central housing.
Carry out a road test.
Check the oil tightness of the hydraulic unions and of the selector cover mating face.