Posted by JCinKY on November 22, 2012 at 13:32:59 from (188.8.131.52):
In Reply to: New Project posted by JCinKY on November 18, 2012 at 17:36:04:
So I got to work on the n last night and all day today. She sat for two years and was locked up TIGHT. Went ahead and split it to check out the trans and prep for a rebuild...
Sure enough the step up was still in there. Guy probably didn't even know. Got motor freed up(need to replace rings, bearings, sleeves) cleaned ALL day and now I'm waiting on parts.
The Sherman was run by cable and I checked out John smiths site, but still not sure how it works. Im missing the cable but I did see the mechanism that attaches to the actuator(?). I pushed the clutch and pushed/pulled on the only thing I thought would shift it but could not get it to engage. There is a threaded rod maybe 1/4" dia that i assume shift the trans. Any help is appreciated.
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