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Sloppy Gear shift lever in Allis G.

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08-31-2003 05:36:21

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I have recently rebuilt my Allis G transmission. All bearings, seals and thrust washers have been replaced. I still have an excessive amount of slop in the gear shift lever. Can anyone out there tell me how to correct this problem? Any assistance with this problem would be greatly appreciated. AWB.

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08-31-2003 07:41:45

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 Re: Sloppy Gear shift lever in Allis G. in reply to AWB, 08-31-2003 05:36:21  
AWB: I had the same problem with one of my "G's." I looked and called all over the country for parts without success. Finally I took the parts that looked to be worn the most, welded the worn spots and ground them as close as I could determine was back to original. It did help a lot and shifted very well, but it was not like original. I suppose I could do it again taking my time and after assembling and disassembling several times I could get it back to almost original. It depends on just how good you want it to be. If you do happen to find new parts I would appreciate an e-mail with the supplier's name and address.

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