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Spike

04-03-1999 15:04:55




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I have an old wd tractor, 48 or older. My problem is that when you shift from reverse to nuetral, it will go into 2nd and the shift lever is out of the shifting forks. To solvr temporaryly, the shift lever has to be removed and with a long rod the shift fork has to realined in the neutral postion. The shifting handle can be repostioned and work can continue, This does not happen all the time. I don't know what is causing this, any suggestions?

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Gary Adkison

04-26-1999 13:27:59




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 Re: wd shifting in reply to Spike, 04-03-1999 15:04:55  
I replaced the pins in my, and the problem went away and hasn't returned. I bought the oversize pins from the dealer and ground them down to fit into the shaft. What a difference a pin makes!



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jason

04-03-1999 15:16:18




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 Re: wd shifting in reply to Spike, 04-03-1999 15:04:55  
A LIKELY PROBLEM IS THE SLOTES IN THE SHIFTER WERE THE PINS GO ARE WORE AS WELL AS THE PIN. OR THE END OF THE SHIFTER IS WORE OR BROKEN A LITTLE.
ONE WAY TO FIX IS TAKE SHIFTER TO A MACHINE SHOP AND HAVE THE SLOTS TRUED A AND NEW OVERSIZE PINS MADE BUT CHECK THE HOUSING WERE THE PINS GO IF THAT IS WORE MAKE THAT END BIGGER AS WELL THEN DRILL THE HOUSING OUT TO FIT.IF THE END OF THE SHIFTER IS WORE OR BROKE THEN REPLACER THE SHIFTER . THE PROBLEM IS PROBLALY NOT IN THE SHIFTER FORK ITSELF. GOOD LUCK.

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