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Re: 706 jumps out of reverse

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02-08-2013 20:36:03

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Yea , i can tell ya it is more then JUST a bushing . Lets start with the shift linkage at the shifter and work our way on down with the headed pins then the top cover on the range transmission then the can and shifter arm then lets move on down to the rev. shifter and maybe the rev shifter fork. Then once you have all that done then we move onto the clutch transmission brake and dump valve adjustment . Now it will shift like it is suppose to

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02-08-2013 20:44:01

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 Re: 706 jumps out of reverse in reply to The tractor vet, 02-08-2013 20:36:03  
Oh boy. Maybe I'll buy it only if I can always drive forward and never need reverse

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02-09-2013 05:25:25

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 Re: 706 jumps out of reverse in reply to RodHergott, 02-08-2013 20:44:01  
Don"t let what the Vet is telling you scare you. Everything he is telling you is true but if you start at the top and work your way through them it isn"t that difficult. You just need to buy the tractor priced accordingly because some of those linkages and shifter parts have gotten really spendy. Take the cowl around and on top of the dash off and take the platform cover between the fenders off and you can pretty much do everything.

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