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    Default Shuttle shift

    I have a 284 w/ shuttle shift, that quit going into revers gear on Saturday right when I needed it the most. I have tryied adj it under neath on all of the adjustment points that I could find to no adavail. Am afraid it may be inside the tranie. This shifter has always been a problum since we bought the tractor new.

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    Default Re: Shuttle shift

    I would check the roll pin where the shaft comes out of the transmission ,also check the roll pin at the lever,follow the cable from the shift lever down to see where the slack is at

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    Default Re: Shuttle shift

    Thanks, that was my first ck on this unit. and it did indeed take up a lot of the slack but not enough to get into revirse. any outher ideas.

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    Default Re: Shuttle shift

    If all the pins are tight, it may be a bent shift fork, you would need to remove the floorboard to get the cover off and check it

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    Default Re: Shuttle shift

    Thanks Tommy. I was hopeing you were'nt going to say that. Some frends of ours have the same proplem with there Jinma also. They just havent lost revers yet. Do you know if this is a common problum with these?

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    Default Re: Shuttle shift

    The biggest problem we see with the shuttles is they are not adjusted right from the start which makes the user put alot of pressure on the engagment lever that sometimes bends the forks,secondly the linkage under the tractor is binding on something,our shuttle shift tractors shift very easy from forward to reverse with positive engagement.Take a good look at all the linkage under the tractor and you will see if it's rubbing on something.

    Once the fork is bent you have to remove the cover to fix it,I have any part you may need

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    Default Re: Shuttle shift

    This tractor has "never" shifted easley from forward to revers. When going into revers I've always had to keep pressure on the shifter to asure it engaged. Even then at times it would "pop" out. I did ck the linkage and found no sigh of binding or whear on it. So I will have to assume it's on the inside, and thats above my skill level. Thanks for all your help! To bad your not up here in Colo, you'ed have a job coming in! Know anyone up this way?

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    Default Re: Shuttle shift

    It's really not a big job to remove the side cover, I even have a replacement cover with a new fork on it, If you want to talk about it, you can give me a call or e-mail

    tommy@affordabletractorsalesco.com


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    Default Re: Shuttle shift

    Tommy I can't thank you enough for all the tec advise you gave me. After I installed the new shift fork assembly I did look at all the linkage & did find the foot throttle linkage to be interfearing with the shifter. This was an easy fix just fliped it around & did a little bending on it. I now have a positive engage in forward AND reverse! Total time to do the job.... well less than a 6 pack! Again thanks and I'm sure happy to have found this site !

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