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WC Reverse lockout lever

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04-13-2014 06:20:26

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I"m looking for the lever and bolt that mounts to the shifter that you would move to be able to shift in reverse. I have a "37 WC that is missing them(I have the rod) and I have not been able to find it anywhere.
Can anyone give me a lead?
Thanks in advance.

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Gerald Slaton

04-13-2014 14:43:50

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 Re: WC Reverse lockout lever in reply to bigr, 04-13-2014 06:20:26  
I dug around and found it.It turns out it has the lever missing.I have been looking on the internet since trying to help you find one.Soory I wasn't able to help.There are people on Ebay selling parts for these tractors.They all say if it not listed just ask.


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Gerald Slaton

04-13-2014 12:23:18

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 Re: WC Reverse lockout lever in reply to bigr, 04-13-2014 06:20:26  
I think I have a spare.Could you send a pic of one so that I can compare.I have a spare 1939 if it will work.I think it is in the front of my shed.I hate to disappoint if not the right part.


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04-13-2014 12:51:17

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 Re: WC Reverse lockout lever in reply to Gerald Slaton, 04-13-2014 12:23:18  
third party image

See attached picture. Thanks, Jerry!

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Gerald Slaton

04-13-2014 13:24:04

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 Re: WC Reverse lockout lever in reply to bigr, 04-13-2014 12:51:17  
I have it I just hope I can dig through and get it.Here is my phone number in Pa. 717-806-5316.


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04-13-2014 11:41:17

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 Re: WC Reverse lockout lever in reply to bigr, 04-13-2014 06:20:26  
By lever do you mean the 3 sided flat piece that the two rods hook in to, or the curvy one mounted by the shift knob? Maybe salvage yards? Actually either one would be easy to fab from flat stock.

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Donald Lehman

04-13-2014 14:54:34

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 Re: WC Reverse lockout lever in reply to JMS/.MN, 04-13-2014 11:41:17  
Any of the older snowmobile throttle/brake levers could be adapted to work, I would think.

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