Posted by WayneP on December 14, 2012 at 10:16:13 from (184.108.40.206):
I have a 1944 TD6 and it runs great. It has a tilt blade and I love to play around the property with it. Yesterday when I started it, BTW it had been sittng for about two weeks, it would not shift from gas to diesel. The shift leverage appears to work fine and it is burning diesel fuel when I shift it. I had to bang the side of the shifter assy mounted to the engine and it shifted to the diesel after a few hits with a hammer. Anyone know how to fix this. I'm not sure the degree of cmplexity of removing the shifter assy from the block or what to look for. Also I'm in the market to replace the tracks if anyone has some.
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