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'46 VAC Transmission Shift Plate

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Paul Justice

04-07-2003 11:39:25

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I have a '46 Case VAC which the shifting plate started to hang up in reverse.

I got a used shift plate from a tractor being parted out but am having problems getting the gears and shift forks lined up.

When I place the shift plate in neutual and align the gears also in neutual, slide the plate forks over the gears, bolt it down,,, i still only have 2 and 4th gear. the shift plate will not go left or right. Is there a trick to placing the plate back on? For example does it have to be in a certain gear to line up?

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Mike from Canada

04-08-2003 01:28:06

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 Re: '46 VAC Transmission Shift Plate in reply to Paul Justice, 04-07-2003 11:39:25  
ive got both an I&T and CaseIH repair manuals and neither one says anything about lining up forks in removal or installation i guess once you bolt on the cover they should just magically line up accordingly (hee hee). you may want to raise the rear wheels off the ground and disengage the clutch (keep the pedal down) to give you some play in the gears. that may be all it takes. otherwise you may have to check if all of your detent balls, springs and interlocking plugs are where they should be. if not, its a whole new ballgame.

good luck!


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