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190 XT Diesel

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matt s illinois

03-15-2010 12:59:24

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Buddy had a 190 XT that pops out of gear, he uses a bungi to hold in gear.Works fine other wise. Possible causes and repairs costs time etc.... or just leave it. Thanks in advance

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Jack a

03-16-2010 14:52:55

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 Re: 190 XT Diesel in reply to matt s illinois, 03-15-2010 12:59:24  
Check for slop in gears also see if the gear shift lever can move further into gear past the detent. If so you might be able to move the detent notch on the rail by welding and grinding the notch to relocate it some. Running with a bungie strap will definitely make things worse in a hurry. May have to replace fork and or shift collar. Labor is the big cost factor. If you can do it yourselves then it's may be worth it. May have to borrow some tools like port-a-power.

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03-16-2010 10:03:38

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 Re: 190 XT Diesel in reply to matt s illinois, 03-15-2010 12:59:24  
That was a problem on some XT's - - but I don't remember the "fix" for it. I wasn't the service rep; I just had to sign the warranty claims that the work was done at the dealers.

I'm sure someone will remember what the true fix is.

Good luck,

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ben brown

03-15-2010 18:03:26

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 Re: 190 XT Diesel in reply to matt s illinois, 03-15-2010 12:59:24  
its been several years senc i did one and as i recall it run between 2500.00 and 3 k . lot labor when doing one. and if you dont have the spling stands wheel mover then it a real;;;;;;;;. do to the fact that you cant get top shaft out with out taking rear wheel axles final drive, ring gear as the top shaft is the pinion gear.

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