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mtny

05-30-2015 14:39:54




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Well the 185 is almost complete but I seem to be having an issue getting the shifter back in again . The shifter is in second and pretty sure the tractor is also but seems the forks are to far apart to slip in the collars . Everything matches as far as transmission , parts all in order. I'm gonna keep trying but any suggestions would be appreciated.




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mtny

05-31-2015 08:56:26




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 Re: 185 split in reply to mtny, 05-30-2015 14:39:54  
Big oops collar is on wrong side of third gear now that I quit telling myself that I had it right . When assembling the split thrust washer slid out a couple times so I had to take the gears off the shaft , laid them on the bench in order I thought . Late at night in a hurry. Guess I need to order a couple more gaskets . Gonna be a long day .



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mtny

05-30-2015 16:59:46




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 Re: 185 split in reply to mtny, 05-30-2015 14:39:54  
Tractor in neutral , rocks back and forth easily . Move rear collar forward engages second gear . Collars at this point are 3 1/2 inches apart . Shifter in second gear puts the forks about 4 1/2 inches apart . What am I missing.



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cole in mo.

05-30-2015 16:29:33




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 Re: 185 split in reply to mtny, 05-30-2015 14:39:54  
Never had any problems putting the cover back on with the shifter and gear in second. Make sure the other gears are in natural, and second is in second.



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mtny

05-30-2015 16:56:42




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 Re: 185 split in reply to cole in mo., 05-30-2015 16:29:33  
Tractor in neutral, can easily rock back and forth . Slide rear collar forward should be second . That puts the collars about 3 1/2 inches apart . When I put the shifter in second the forks are about 4 1/2 inches apart . What am I missing



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