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Jerry Vanderbeek

08-03-2012 09:32:24

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I have a 1951 ferguson model TO-20.Im having shifting problems.The only gear I can gear is 2ND and it will start with shifter not in the S position.PLease help if you can.Also if you have an idea of the problem could I fix it my self.I have worked on many tractors in the past,but they were much newer and not Ferugsons.Thank you very much for your time.Jerry

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Joe Ferguson

08-03-2012 17:08:57

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 Re: Ferguson in reply to Jerry Vanderbeek, 08-03-2012 09:32:24  
Is that situation occured suddenly or gradually ?

You can remove the shifter lever by removing the 2 nuts close to the lever and lift the lever assy. There is a pin that hold the lever in the socket it may be worn or broken or may be the end of the lever is worn and jumps over the shifting rails and cause your problem. If it is the pin it is easy to replace. If it is the worn lever end it may be welded and milled to original shape.

Other than what stated above the shift forks or rails may be damaged or bent.

Joe Ferguson

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08-03-2012 11:26:11

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 Re: Ferguson in reply to Jerry Vanderbeek, 08-03-2012 09:32:24  
Go to the search block and type transmission problem.Usually you will have to pull the shifter and align the rods.Is it still starting with the shifter?

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