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Re: Reverser Trans Question

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duckrock

09-27-2019 15:18:48




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It is a late 50s early 60s, 4spd, 1841. It is the reverser that either pops out of gear or won't go back into gear (sometimes) when I'm trying to shift the reverser. With the slop in linkage it is possible the gear lever isn't moving the internal parts far enough forward and backwards. I'll try to get some pictures tonight.




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duckrock

09-27-2019 16:36:34




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 Re: Reverser Trans Question in reply to duckrock, 09-27-2019 15:18:48  
Top two pics are with the shifter handle in forward and aft positions. Moving the handle causes the shaft thru the trans to move slightly in/out and front/back. Seems like there should be a grommet in the trans case to keep the shaft centered and eliminate the moving. Last pic is the handle. It can move left/right which makes the shaft going thru trans case move. What I can't show in still pictures is the slop in the pin/oval connection.

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Bern

09-27-2019 16:42:56




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 Re: Reverser Trans Question in reply to duckrock, 09-27-2019 16:36:34  
As I said in my last post, if the shift handle is not hitting anything in its travel, your problems are internal in the box.



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