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It sounds like the bar may be bent or your chain is bad. Put a streight edge on the bar to see if it is straight and buy a new chain for it.

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What you are referring to is called an "Infimatic" gearbox, or drum-feed gearbox.

The problem lays inside most likely with the clutches.
They are worn out, and possibly other components are worn and broken. Feeding backwards means something has gone terribly wrong--and it needs to be fixed immediately for the machine to operate properly.

These gearboxes are not easy to fix properly--they are literally like a puzzle inside. Our shop employs a infimatic gearbox specialist and we are one of the few shops who can rebuild them to factory spec.

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Yes, an Ammco 3000 brake lathe can be converted over to a 4000 model--most any year 3000.... preferably the later years after 1970.

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How do I change the belt on my ammco 4000 lathe?


I am a brake lathe technician.

To change the drive belt on an Ammco 4000, you must first remove the 90 degree angle PTO (power take off) gear assembly which is driven off the back of the big pulley. Two small allen head screws hold it tight.

Pull the PTO gear assembly out of the disc-feed gearbox. If there are colored shims between the gearbox and the PTO assembly, you must make sure not to loose. If they drop off, be sure to replace them with a dab of grease.

Rotate the red knob at the back of the machine and the motor assembly will unlock and rotate upwards. Replace the drive belt.

To adjust the drive belt tension properly--loosen the 3/4 inch nut on the back of the machine, and the motor will drop down. Tighten the 3/4 inch nut and then rotate the red knob back until the belt is taught.

Replace the PTO gear assembly--making the rotating part with the protruding pin is centered on the big pulley. Tighten the allen head cap screws.

Turn on the machine. If the PTO is making noise--you have not correctly is correctly. Repeat the centering process until the machine runs without rattling or vibration.

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