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This should be the transmission for your WD. Straight cut gears, no constant mesh, no synchros. If the transmission shifted correctly at first, but neither clutch works well now, it seems that something in the transmission or shifter has gone amiss.
These transmissions require that the tractor be at a full stop when shifting. The foot clutch is the most certain, but with experience, a properly adjusted wet clutch can be just as effective if you learn to do it smoothly.
If you constantly get grinding, it may be that a fork of the shifter is bent or there is too much wear on one of those collars on one of the gear clusters in the transmission. I do not have experience with this because I have always shifted carefully. But, with your symptoms, I would be lifting the shifter tower off to inspect both the shifter forks and the gear collars.
Since the tractor stops when you push the foot clutch in, you do not likely have a clutch problem.
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