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Vern MN

11-12-2008 12:24:23

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I have a 1951 WD and the pin in the shifter is broken. I have been told that all I have to do to fix it is lift out a snap ring on top of the shifter and lift the shifter out. I was wondering if it is really that easy, and what I should watch out for when I do this. Thanks!!

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Will Herring

11-13-2008 09:02:17

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 Re: WD shifter in reply to Vern MN, 11-12-2008 12:24:23  
It is very important that you do not drop the new or old pin down into the shift tower into the gears. This is a very bad thing. I had mine out to replace the pin twice and realign the gears, as two separate times I had the tractor get stuck in reverse and the shift lever pop up and go loose. So make sure you get a tight seal on it when you're done, too.

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11-12-2008 13:07:45

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 Re: WD shifter in reply to Vern MN, 11-12-2008 12:24:23  
There is a snap ring and a tapered washer under the rubber cover. Have the tranny in neutral, and take the ring and washer out, then the shift lever. The pin is round on one end, square on the end that fits in the shifter. Put some grease on the new one to help hold it in place, since sliding the shift lever past it can dislodge it. I've seen them replaced with a small bolt, nutted on the outside, round head ground off, leaving the square head.

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