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Re: Fordson Dexta Gear Problems

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Deutz Lover

12-03-2017 21:19:49




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I am recalling this from memory so it may be incorrect. I think the radius profile before grinding is a 1/2 inch diameter cylinder 1/2 inch wide. The departure line runs through the axis. The only way I can be sure is to take the shift plate off and measure it. I am not sure I have the time in the next couple of days.

Another dimension that needs to determined is the length of the shift lever below the plate This dimension should also consider the thickness of the gasket. The length should be so that the shift lever has freedom of movement and does not normally bind or press down on the shifter fork channels. This will allow for some manually applied downward pressure by operator. I will have to verify the previous statement.

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12-04-2017 06:54:08




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 Re: Fordson Dexta Gear Problems in reply to Deutz Lover, 12-03-2017 21:19:49  
Okay! That gives me rough enough dimensions that I can see how far off the lever on mine is! And as far as gasket goes this ol' girl has probably been missing hers for many years! Another thing to fix! :P



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