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Re: Gitten The Wood Home

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Case Nutty 1660

08-19-2014 18:52:55

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Bro, that is another Fine load/ing of wood!! the 440 is so proud she's "smiling" cnt

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Adirondack case guy

08-20-2014 04:56:38

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 Re: Gitten The Wood Home in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 08-19-2014 18:52:55  
It wasn't the night befor last and either was I. The shifting lever slid past and it locked into reverse again. Had to wiggle and twist the shift cover off, and get everything back into place. As you know, when the rail is protruding into the range housing, it is a tussel to get the cover moved back and off.

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08-20-2014 14:17:28

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 Re: Gitten The Wood Home in reply to Adirondack case guy, 08-20-2014 04:56:38  
The Rail Goes to Far when you put it in Reverse =Weld a peace or Steel or bolt to the Fork so it hits the Cover & will not let it go pasted the Detent [when it goes to far The Spring loaded part on the fork Pushes the Shifter out of the way at just the right time.we had a 530 Diesel that kept doing that,what a pain,once we fixed it never had any more truble.

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