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MW 9 Speed for M

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9speed

09-12-2001 16:50:39




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I have an 1946 M like Dad used to have on the farm. The one we had on the farm had a 9 Speed conversion in it. I have a good used one and am trying to install it. I can't get the top gear cluster out as the clutch shaft is in the way. I have the yoke loose but still can't get the clutch shaft out so in return I can get the top gear cluster out. What am I doing wrong? I appreciate any advise.

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Chums5

09-12-2001 17:22:30




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 Re: MW 9 Speed for M in reply to 9speed, 09-12-2001 16:50:39  

I have a 9-speed in my "M"----but not much help..haven't had it apart yet.....but really like it and would like to know how easy it is to find one for an "H"....been looking but not that hard and haven't run across any yet.....are they that rare??? any one know..??



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JDM

09-12-2001 17:15:23




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 Re: MW 9 Speed for M in reply to 9speed, 09-12-2001 16:50:39  
If Im thinking right on where youre working at,those two bolts on the yoke have to come completely out.The keys are like fat washers and the bolts keep them in place.(Or am I lost on your desripition of where youre working)



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9speed

09-12-2001 21:19:29




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 Re: Re: MW 9 Speed for M in reply to JDM, 09-12-2001 17:15:23  
JDM,
Maybe I don't understand. Please try again. I am working in under the tractor where the hydraulic pump fits in. I have the pump out. I have the drive shaft nuckle and bolts out. I have the two bolts out that hold the clutch drive shaft yoke up. That lets the clutch shaft slide back. The problem is when sliding the clutch shaft out, the clutch shaft hits the gear cluster shaft before there is clearance for it to come back out of the clutch housing. I have the bolts out of the gear cluster. The gear cluster won't come out as it hits the clutch shaft. Of course my objective is to get the gear cluster out. Thanks.

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