I assume this is a good place to ask this?? I have a White 2-135, not a red stripe, that has gone from bad to worse as far as the shifter being loose. I have not started to tear into it and find the problem. Any helpful hints or something I can use as a reference would be appreciated.
Re: White 2-135 Shifting Problem in reply to rrlund, 11-04-2013 10:10:40
There was a little looseness where you described but this was not the major fault. There is a bracket under sheetmetal in the cab which holds the shifter. this bracket was fatigued loose. I got the hot glue gun out, welder, and fixed it. Nice and tight now.
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