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Oliver, Cletrac, Co-op & Cockshutt Tractors Discussion Forum
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1951 Oliver 88 Row Crop

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Gbudihas

07-06-2020 19:02:37




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Having a difficult time re-installing the gear shifter into the gear box; any suggestions PLEASE? :)




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Spunky Flat Ron

07-11-2020 16:16:03




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 Re: 1951 Oliver 88 Row Crop in reply to Gbudihas, 07-06-2020 19:02:37  
I think Mongo59's warning about not putting the springs in dry refers to putting grease on the springs so they won't fall out while you're installing the shifter. You might think it would be fairly easy to retrieve a spring from the bottom of the transmission case. Well, maybe not! I dropped a 3/8th capscrew into the front compartment of a 60 transmission one time and spent over an hour locating and removing it! The shop manual suggests cutting a slot in a piece of sheet metal to retain the springs while replacing the shifter.

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Gbudihas

07-07-2020 07:15:14




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 Re: 1951 Oliver 88 Row Crop in reply to Gbudihas, 07-06-2020 19:02:37  
I will give that a try ziffel, ty



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Gbudihas

07-07-2020 07:13:53




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 Re: 1951 Oliver 88 Row Crop in reply to Gbudihas, 07-06-2020 19:02:37  
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having trouble getting it back into the slot so that I can bolt down the cover Mongo; I should havee known to check if it was in gear before removing; feel so stupid....



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Mongo59

07-07-2020 10:00:56




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 Re: 1951 Oliver 88 Row Crop in reply to Gbudihas, 07-07-2020 07:13:53  
Take everything off the shaft to where you just have the shifter bar. Look into the hole and hold the bar up at different angles until it drops in. While pushing it down into it's seat see if it will work. It is easier to replace (in the future) if you have it in neutral in high range and use the back of your hand against the dash to guide it in. Do not put the springs in dry.



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Mongo59

07-07-2020 02:58:49




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 Re: 1951 Oliver 88 Row Crop in reply to Gbudihas, 07-06-2020 19:02:37  
Was it 'in' or 'out' of gear when you took it out?

Are you having difficulty in getting the lever into the slot or handling the loose springs?



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ziffel

07-07-2020 05:21:42




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 Re: 1951 Oliver 88 Row Crop in reply to Mongo59, 07-07-2020 02:58:49  
With a good flashlight look in and with a long screw driver or rod shift both rails into the center position. They will be in line with each other.



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