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Broken Hi/Low Sherman Lever

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8NChris

09-27-2020 02:02:28




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When an arm breaks does it typically break down inside? Saw this one online that appears the Sherman was removed.




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8NChris

09-29-2020 06:05:49




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 Re: Broken Hi/Low Sherman Lever in reply to 8NChris, 09-27-2020 02:02:28  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to see https://dallas.craigslist.org/dal/grd/d/plano-ford-tractors-and-parts-come-see/7203320334.html



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Kirk-NJ

09-29-2020 12:23:31




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 Re: Broken Hi/Low Sherman Lever in reply to 8NChris, 09-29-2020 06:05:49  
If you are close enough go check it out smooth hub in backround. could be a money maker for you



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Kirk-NJ

09-29-2020 02:55:56




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 Re: Broken Hi/Low Sherman Lever in reply to 8NChris, 09-27-2020 02:02:28  
I punched in ford in Farm & Garden on CL waco and couldn't find it. than punched in 2n and an F&T overdrive trans came up for $200



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Kirk-NJ

09-29-2020 02:41:46




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 Re: Broken Hi/Low Sherman Lever in reply to 8NChris, 09-27-2020 02:02:28  
The hole was for a sherman combo. Some times a handle can come loose and can come off but unlikely. It could have be taken off. Typically they don't break inside and you should see the square for the handle close to the end of the hole. If you don't see that it's likely, as Mike said, it was replaced with input shaft and not patched.

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Maineman

09-27-2020 09:39:18




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 Re: Broken Hi/Low Sherman Lever in reply to 8NChris, 09-27-2020 02:02:28  
Ill bet you the sherman is in there.

The handle came off.

If someone split the tractor to get the sherman,

They probably would not put it back together!

Joe



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8NChris

09-27-2020 08:44:39




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 Re: Broken Hi/Low Sherman Lever in reply to 8NChris, 09-27-2020 02:02:28  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to seeThat tractor on Craigslist's was close in the Waco, Texas area.



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8NChris

09-27-2020 08:43:44




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 Re: Broken Hi/Low Sherman Lever in reply to 8NChris, 09-27-2020 02:02:28  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to seeWishful thinking. So far the cheap tractors with the auxiliary transmissions are many hundreds or thousands of miles from me.



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Mike Groom

09-27-2020 06:32:54




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 Re: Broken Hi/Low Sherman Lever in reply to 8NChris, 09-27-2020 02:02:28  
Sherman was removed and hole was not plugged.



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