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Re: 300 transmisson problem

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Janicholson

02-16-2013 14:40:31
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Most likely no real issue Pull the stick off of the top of the platform (three bolts)
The tip of the shifter is worn and needs to be built up and ground back to spec. While it is off, take a long big screw driver and put the shift rails (in the hole now open) Back in alignment. The specs are in the illustration. Jim

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Greg potts

02-16-2013 15:57:07
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 Re: 300 transmisson problem in reply to Janicholson, 02-16-2013 14:40:31  
Jim pulled shifter off shift rod completly worn, no flare on metal like your diagram shows, someone had welded and ground on this before, think i will look to purchase new rod this week,also aligned shift blocks back to nuetral spot, started tractor let clutch out and she was in nuetral like it is. Supposed to be,again thanks for your help, you saved me countless hours of research, phone calls ect. I will keep you advised of progress in the future, thank you

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Janicholson

02-16-2013 16:18:15
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 Re: 300 transmisson problem in reply to Greg potts, 02-16-2013 15:57:07  
You are very welcome. My reward is your success. Jim



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Greg potts

02-16-2013 15:24:14
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 Re: 300 transmisson problem in reply to Janicholson, 02-16-2013 14:40:31  
Jim once again you come thru for me, if you remember we had conversation months ago about hydralics and log splitters, today was the first day for the log splitter and it worked great, i will pull shifter out tonight and let you know how it went, once again thanks, greg



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