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Re: WD-45 Shifting gear s jam

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Phil Auten

02-14-2000 04:35:49




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Adam,
Could be one or both of two problems. 1) Bent shift fork. You'll have to tear down the trans to fix this one. 2) worn doohickey on the end of the shifter. Pull the shifter and get it welded up and reground to the original shape. This is the easiest one to fix and the one I would start with.
You'll need some help getting the shape correct like a parts manual or one of the old timers that know what the shape should be, but it's still the easiest fix.

Phil

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John IL

02-15-2000 20:03:04




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 Re: Re: WD-45 Shifting gear s jam in reply to Phil Auten, 02-14-2000 04:35:49  
And put that video tape of the JOHN FORCE powershift away. John



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gene

02-23-2000 12:23:35




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 Re: Re: Re: WD-45 Shifting gear s jam in reply to John IL, 02-15-2000 20:03:04  
These tractors were not made to shift on the move however the dog knot located on the end of the gear shift may be worn. You can look at it and see the orginal thickness at the top of the dog knot end where it drops into the shift rail notches also with the top off the trans. Look at the shift rails and see if the notches are rounded or worn. Start with the shifter. I have even inlarged the end of the shifter to make up for wear in the shift rails. To do this you build it up and face it down until it drops in the notches and is free to move with our binding up. Works fine and lot cheaper and easier than renewing the rails.

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