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Re: 4 speed specialists...1st and 3rd won't engage

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John in Austin TX

04-21-2003 06:22:26

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Hi Larry, you should have seen it before I did the lube change on it last week! I was hoping for some help on the workings of what it takes to engage 1st and 3rd. John

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Larry NCKS

04-21-2003 09:31:12

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 Re: Re: 4 speed specialists...1st and 3rd won't engage in reply to John in Austin TX, 04-21-2003 06:22:26  
OK the bottom of the shifter engages the slot in the 1/3 shift rail. When you push the lever right and forward, it moves the rail backwards. this moves the fork and shift collar over the 1st gear engaged splines. 3 works the opposite. It still looks to me like that picture is engaged in 1st. Is it? Can you move the 1/3 shift rail by hand with the cover off? If not, soak the detent ball hole in some good penetrating for a while. The splines on the main shaft shift lands also look rough. Are they?

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John in Austin TX

04-21-2003 14:03:33

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 Re: Re: Re: 4 speed specialists...1st and 3rd won't engage in reply to Larry NCKS, 04-21-2003 09:31:12  
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Thanks for coming through for me Larry! One more question. Is #16 what the shifter fork is supposed to be engaged into? The problem seems to be that the forks appear to just be dangling. I'll drain and rinse again and get a real good look inside the gearcase. John (compblue70cougar)

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Larry NCKS

04-21-2003 15:05:33

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 Re: Re: Re: Re: 4 speed specialists...1st and 3rd won't engage in reply to John in Austin TX, 04-21-2003 14:03:33  
yes the fork should be in the slot in that collar.

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