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keeps getting stuck in 2nd gear

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Don P

01-03-2008 15:37:30




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Hi guys i just bought a wd with narrow front if I am not very careful when shifting gears it gets stuck in second gear, then I have to take shift lever out and reach inside with long screwdriver and line up shifter rails. Is there any place where I can buy a new gearshift lever, or does anyone know any easy fixes Thanks Don.




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SheldonS

01-08-2008 21:21:29




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 Re: keeps getting stuck in 2nd gear in reply to Don P, 01-03-2008 15:37:30  
Whew, I had to constantly do that with my little B I had several years ago. Do you thinks a new lever will eliminate that problem?

I miss my little B...



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dairyman

01-08-2008 19:21:12




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 Re: keeps getting stuck in 2nd gear in reply to Don P, 01-03-2008 15:37:30  
I dont know about any quick fixes for your problem, but you can order a new gearshift lever from Wellerts AC parts 330-262-6991. Their parts are reasonably priced and they will ship anywhere.

Dave carlson



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Don P

01-08-2008 20:37:37




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 Re: keeps getting stuck in 2nd gear in reply to dairyman, 01-08-2008 19:21:12  
thanks Ill give them a call. donP.



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