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D 14 gear jumper

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JM

01-30-2003 19:42:58




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I recently replaced 3rd gear, hub, & shift collar on D 14 due to jumping out of 3rd gear.($$$) Fork and rails looked OK, replaced detent springs. Still jumping out of 3rd!!! ANY IDEAS? Any one ever machine\move shift rail detent slot to make gear move further? Any help would be appreciated.




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Monster Mark

02-01-2003 08:32:42




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 Re: D 14 gear jumper in reply to JM, 01-30-2003 19:42:58  
What you are asking about, moving the detent. I have done this on some Allis 180s. I weld the grove shut, smoth the shaft and regrind the detent 1/8" to 1/4" over. It solved the problem for these tractors. It is a quick and easy fix.Just take measurements before you start. You can always put the grove back to original if needed. Good luck, Mark



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David Maddux

01-31-2003 03:01:45




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 Re: D 14 gear jumper in reply to JM, 01-30-2003 19:42:58  
I have been told by some veteran Allis guys that sometimes you can adjust the shifter or bend the fork a little to get it to slide into gear a little farther. I have not had to do this yet so I would have to study the situation to know exactly what they were talking about, but it does make sense. Maybe somebody knows more about this. Good luck. Dave



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