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WD 45 GETTING STUCK IN GEAR

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STEVE

04-10-2003 10:40:51




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Hopefully some one can help with this problem I have a wd45 that get stuck in gear . It appears to be in the shifter as when i take it apart the gears move freely but the shifter forks seem to be stuck. It's getting old taking it apart all the time to fix this. Any help with this would be appreciated. Thanks




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PK

04-11-2003 09:15:25




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 Re: WD 45 GETTING STUCK IN GEAR in reply to STEVE , 04-10-2003 10:40:51  
We had the same problem,We put a new shifter lever in which cured it for a few years, but I think the route cause was the shifter forks. We took the forks out and sent them to Sandy lake imp.(www.sandylakeimp.com), and they built them up for under $50. We put it back together works as good as new. Thats my two cents - PS watch out for the flying balls when you remove the forks.



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JMS/MN

04-10-2003 15:39:52




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 Re: WD 45 GETTING STUCK IN GEAR in reply to STEVE , 04-10-2003 10:40:51  
Typical result of age and use- you need to replace the shift lever or build it up to new specs; perhaps the forks themselves are extremely worn as well. If you need to remove the forks, they come off with the top cover. When replacing the unit, put the transmission and the shifter in reverse gear, it is easier to re-assemble that way- one fork needs to go around and underneath.



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L Hud

04-13-2003 06:29:49




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 Re: Re: WD 45 GETTING STUCK IN GEAR in reply to JMS/MN, 04-10-2003 15:39:52  
In the shifting rails there is a pin that suppose to keep it from going into two gears at once. Check to make sure that the pin is in the rail. I have found some where they were missing.



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