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    Default john deere 650 need shift fork part # CH14900

    any help would be appreciated in locating one of these.
    had the dealer do a search and nothing, NLA

    Thanks,

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    Default Re: john deere 650 need shift fork part # CH14900

    A google turned up this one

    John Deere Fork - CH14900

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    Default Re: john deere 650 need shift fork part # CH14900

    i called and they are out of stock. It's been that way all morning, i've called every salvage yard i can find. thanks for the help.

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    Default Re: john deere 650 need shift fork part # CH14900

    Bummer.
    # 9 in attachment
    Any chance of having one milled out?
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    Default Re: john deere 650 need shift fork part # CH14900

    that's my next move. i have a good machine shop that could do it. Why do they stop making parts for popular tractors like these? one salvage yard said he gets a couple a calls a week for this part.

    Thanks again for your help.

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    Did you try Hoye tractor or LMTC? They are Yanmar dealers, but are able to get some parts for the Yanmar made deeres. Hoye has even begun getting some obsolete parts machined from scratch. Great folks to deal with too.
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    Default Re: john deere 650 need shift fork part # CH14900

    Quote Originally Posted by wthompson View Post
    that's my next move. i have a good machine shop that could do it. Why do they stop making parts for popular tractors like these? one salvage yard said he gets a couple a calls a week for this part.

    Thanks again for your help.
    If you wind up having this machine shop make one for yourself, you might as well have him make a dozen or so. One to use, and one for a spare. Then, you can go back to these same places you've contacted and let them know you have some for sale! Make it pay you, instead of costing you. Of course, it may be a bit of a gamble and could take some time to recoup your costs. Just something to think about.
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    Default Re: john deere 650 need shift fork part # CH14900

    thanks for the great info. i found one in a salvage yard. took about 4 hours of searching and thirty phone calls. Kebo has a good idea. i will keep the broken one and get the machine shop to give me price on making them maybe twenty or so to make it worth it for them. it's worth a shot!

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    Default Re: john deere 650 need shift fork part # CH14900

    Check with Bartron Supply in Tunkhannock, Pa. or Weaver Compact Tractors in Shippensburg, Pa. They both have access to all three main shift forks (CH14900, 14901 & 14902) as a reproduced aftermarket part.

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    Default Re: john deere 650 need shift fork part # CH14900

    See one on eBay now.

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