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Re: 2000 pto lever

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07-06-2013 18:26:36
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We need more info to be much help.
Do you have a pre 1965 4 cylinder 2000 or a post 1965 4 cylinder 2000?
If a 3 cyl which tranny do you have - single stick 4 speed or a twin stick 6 or 8 speed?




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jim wieringa

07-06-2013 19:46:54
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 Re: 2000 pto lever in reply to Ultradog MN, 07-06-2013 18:26:36  
the tractor is a 1966 3cyl gas with 6 speed twin stick.



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07-07-2013 05:10:36
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 Re: 2000 pto lever in reply to jim wieringa, 07-06-2013 19:46:54  
Check the rivit as Soundguy says. The handle might be slipping on the shaft.
Otherwise it's easy to remove the 3 bolts and pull the handle/shifter out and inspect the fork, sliding collar etc. They are pretty simple.
You might have to drain the oil in the rear end down to see.



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