Well, I tried prying, rocking, and jacking the tractor to get those shift rails to align but no luck. Finally decided that if I pry too hard on those somewhat worn parts, they will break and I'll have to remove the top. So I'm in the process of removing the top. I would suppose that I'd better remove those ball bearings below the shifter springs before I remove the top or they'll fall inside. Although I was really hoping to avoid removing the top, there are some other repairs that I can do while I have the tractor apart...looking for that silver lining.
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