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Re: farmall sloppy shifter fix

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11-01-2012 13:08:49

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Jim, I can't see how that would help. Wear on the END of the shifter (where the shifter works the rails) is what causes the problem.

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11-01-2012 16:17:52

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 Re: farmall sloppy shifter fix in reply to hoof print, 11-01-2012 13:08:49  
I put one of the sloppy shifter fixes in my I-6 last year. It made a world of difference!! And it's not just the worn end of the shifter that causes the problem. On mine, the pin that goes through the shifter was supposed to be 7/16 inch diameter. It was worn to less than 3/8 inch, plus the hole in the tower on the cover plate was wallowed out. The sloppy shifter fix took care of all those problems. I could not see much wear on the end of the shifter, possibly it had been repaired previously.

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02-04-2015 23:07:52

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 Re: farmall sloppy shifter fix in reply to Haas, 11-01-2012 16:17:52  
how do you get the pin put back in gearshift without it falling into transmission?. also how can you tell how much wear is too much?

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