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WD Bent Shifter Specs

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Brennon Raser

07-29-2010 16:10:16




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The botton "key" on my shifter is worn bad on one side and i am having problems with it sticking in gear now and then. I would like to weld it and grind it back to the orginial specs but can"t find and info. Anyone know what the specs would be? Thanks........Brennon




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quinnb

07-31-2010 19:38:27




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 Re: WD Bent Shifter Specs in reply to Brennon Raser, 07-29-2010 16:10:16  
agco still sells the locating pin new. only about 10 bucks. i welded up the ball on my shifter and ground out the groove with a die grinder and cutoff wheel slowly until the new pin fit decent. i also drilled out the locating pin hole and manufactured a sleeve for it out of a small bushing in my tool box. i also took a echo melon baller and cut off the one end of it and drilled a hole in it big enough the shifter shaft fit through it. it is the right size for the shifter and is stainless steel. it bushes up the shifter so it doesn't drag on the shifting blocks in the lid. didnt spend more than $30 on all parts. shifts better than new.

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WD Tom44

07-29-2010 17:39:51




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 Re: WD Bent Shifter Specs in reply to Brennon Raser, 07-29-2010 16:10:16  
Does it really matter what size it is? You need to clean up the hole in the castiron shifter tower by drilling out until it is clean, then make an oversize key, or bush it. Same with the shifter ball, either clean it up and meke the key fit, or weld it and make it fit your key. A milling machine helps here to mill the groove in the ball.



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