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09-04-2014 10:48:33

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I need to replace the shifting blocks just below the shift lever. Question is if I have to split the tractor to change them and if not how do you do it? Thanks Jim

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09-05-2014 04:31:33

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 Re: Ford 5000 shifting blocks in reply to James51, 09-04-2014 10:48:33  
Don't know if they are called "rails" but there are three pieces that the shifter fits into that move the shifting forks. are these what you are referring to? Thanks Jim

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09-05-2014 06:29:36

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 Re: Ford 5000 shifting blocks in reply to James51, 09-05-2014 04:31:33  
Can you send a picture? There are a few that you can replace without a split.

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09-04-2014 14:29:32

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 Re: Ford 5000 shifting blocks in reply to James51, 09-04-2014 10:48:33  
If you're talking about the rails... yeah... gotta do at least a rear split. I haven't changed them on that particular transmission but others that I have... they generally extract at the rear.


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