I had originally intended to make one, but a recent injury has killed my enthusiasm for fiddling around in the shop. Maybe when I get back to work, I can find the time to do one unless I just buy one first. There is usually an abundance of odds and ends laying around for materials.
Re: Ford 961 transmission (5 speed) shifter info in reply to OH - 961, 07-17-2013 18:00:31
i hear ya on odds n ends.
mine came from junk washer and old hinge in the parts bucket. a welding rod and some grinder time. looks rough.. but works 100% fine for that old beater 950 i have it on.. which is a reverse parts machine itself. has parts of like 7-8 tractors making it up.. mutt for sure..
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