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FastFarmall

09-21-2016 20:17:14




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What wears out on the 656 gear shift mechanism, this is on my brothers tractor, i haven't been close enough to look at it, but it his loader tractor ?




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pete 23

09-22-2016 10:36:19




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 Re: 656 Gear shift in reply to FastFarmall, 09-21-2016 20:17:14  
The pin on the end of the horizontal shaft comes loose and or wears out. The divider block wears out and the spring detent for neutral wears out. Several pivot linkages wear out. It is a pain in the neck to replace those parts under the hydraulic flow divider valves but can be done. Newest shaft has square pin, separate dividers where original had round pin and cast divider block. Old style, you cannot pull horizontal shaft without knocking pin out of the end. Replacement shaft, you made a slot in outer casting so you can leave pin in place and slide shaft in. Was a kit, expensive as heck, don't know if still available.

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BarnyardEngineering

09-22-2016 10:07:20




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 Re: 656 Gear shift in reply to FastFarmall, 09-21-2016 20:17:14  
Do they make a sloppy shifter fix kit for the 656, which has the side console shifter? I thought they only made them for the tractors with the stick on the deck.



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Janicholson

09-22-2016 09:29:35




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 Re: 656 Gear shift in reply to FastFarmall, 09-21-2016 20:17:14  
FInd Sloppy Shifter kit on Ebay. It fixes the lever. Jim



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cool hand

09-22-2016 05:12:43




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 Re: 656 Gear shift in reply to FastFarmall, 09-21-2016 20:17:14  
Probably the bottom end of the gearshift handle needs to be built up and honed off.



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FastFarmall

09-22-2016 20:22:46




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 Re: 656 Gear shift in reply to cool hand, 09-22-2016 05:12:43  
Ok thanks Guys.



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