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930 CK 6 speed shifter?

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j carter

09-15-2011 09:32:54

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Just got this tractor and have never drove one before.There must have been some sort of indicater attached to the shifter that went into the slots behind the shifter to let you find your gear? Can someone point me in the right direction as to make something or replace whatever was there? Thanks Jim.

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Jimmie D. Phelps

09-15-2011 12:06:54

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 Re: 930 CK 6 speed shifter? in reply to j carter, 09-15-2011 09:32:54  
Mines been gone for years, you just learn to feel the gears. It was a reinky-dink pin with a little ball on it. It was juat pressed in a hole but you couldn"t just put a new one in without taking it all apart. Some engineers in companys are just stupid. My engineering proffesor in college tolds us (about a hundred students) that only one in a hundred would be a real engineer, the rest just copy cats.

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