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Re: 2Q's for MF 202 - Lift Hydraulics & Rear Tires

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Inno

06-21-2013 17:19:37
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I'm trying to think of what you might me talking about. A 202 should have 2 shift levers, one longer one in the middle in between your knees which selects reverse or forward gears 1, 2, 3 and a shorter lever to the right of the main one which selects high range, low range or neutral. Low being fully forward, high being fully rearward and neutral being in the middle. Anything different and we NEED to see pictures.

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06-21-2013 18:48:42
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 Re: 2Q's for MF 202 - Lift Hydraulics & Rear Tires in reply to Inno, 06-21-2013 17:19:37  
Nothing different about the sticks on the transmission. It's the one up under//near the steering column.



Originally when attempting to load the tractor I had put the tractor in gear...Low in 1st...but wouldn't move. Then saw that lever...moving into its UP position (Forward on tractors like CASE)...it tried to go in reverse. Moving the lever DOWN makes it go forward.
The shaft of that lever goes down and angles over where it operates an arm that goes into the transmission to the right of the L//N//H selector. A bit hard to see because of the way the sun casts its shadow.

PS...think I got a line on the parts for the cylinder...ugh how nice it would be if could get the parts as-needed and not as complete kits. Oh well. I have an exploded diagram now (3 different types apparently) of the cylinders used on the loader...of which its one of 2 (each has a different amount of internal rod seals) be if comparing images to whats seen in the cylinder nut. Going to have to pull the rod and count the number of washers//seals to make sure I get the right one. The place gave me the numbers to call the supplier direct so as to not have to pay the 45% price bump if THEY ordered for me.

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