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SHIFTING LEVER REMOVEL ON H

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S2710

04-21-2017 06:55:38




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I am trying to get the shifting lever out of a H and I have both plugs out and I cannot remove the gear shift lever swivel small shaft. I have held down on the lever and had someone take a punch an try to drive it out with no avale. Is it got a groove wore in it holding it in place or could it be just rusted in place.The part number that I am trying to remove is 357003 R1. Thanks in advance.

Bob

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rustyfarmall

04-23-2017 07:09:06




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 Re: SHIFTING LEVER REMOVEL ON H in reply to S2710, 04-21-2017 06:55:38  
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Exactly! That 3 bolt cover wasn't used until the 300s were introduced.



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tn terry t

04-22-2017 18:18:02




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 Re: SHIFTING LEVER REMOVEL ON H in reply to S2710, 04-21-2017 06:55:38  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to see never seen a h with a 3bolt shifter. well at least the two I have dont



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tom dowling

04-22-2017 14:56:08




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 Re: SHIFTING LEVER REMOVEL ON H in reply to S2710, 04-21-2017 06:55:38  
you might be better off removing the three bolts holding the assembly to the deck and working with it on the bench before you go beating it with a hammer



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fbh44

04-21-2017 07:14:30




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 Re: SHIFTING LEVER REMOVEL ON H in reply to S2710, 04-21-2017 06:55:38  
Hmmmmm... as I recall you're doing everything correctly. I do not believe there is anything further but to keep on keeping on. Maybe don't push down so hard? Maybe push harder?



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Zachary Hoyt

04-21-2017 07:24:19




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 Re: SHIFTING LEVER REMOVEL ON H in reply to fbh44, 04-21-2017 07:14:30  
Some I have dismantled are worn more than halfway through the diameter of the pin. Sometimes they have a bolt in there that is bent. In any case, I would try jiggling the shifter around a bit and using a punch and a 2 or 3 pound hammer just bang away and you'll get it out eventually.
Zach



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