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    Gold Member pedalstomper78's Avatar
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    It looks like I have to pull apart the rear end of my Case DX33 (think of it as a red TC33DA.). To get the fenders off.....how do the balls on the ends of the selector levers (rear and mid PTO, 3point and hydraulic remote controls, etc) off? I see no fasteners on them and it doesn't look like they can be pulled off without breaking them. Any help woukd be greatly appreciated!!!!
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    Please help!!!! LOL
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    Default Re: removing lever ends

    I don't know but have you tried to unscrew them? I am just guessing as I haven't seen them.

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    Unfortunately.....it's flat stock that goes into the knob. Rotation will = expensive lol
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    Take lever of under panel. Knobs are more than likely press fit, which means one time use
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    Quote Originally Posted by mjcountrybumpkin View Post
    Take lever off under panel. Knobs are more than likely press fit, which means one time use
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    Default Re: removing lever ends

    Carefully heat them with a heat gun or hairdryer if necessary. Use light pulling pressure,should come off without causing damage so that reuse is possible. Heat them up as well for instasllation.

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    Default Re: removing lever ends

    If they dont screw off. Use a box end wrench the same size as the shaft. Place the wrench around the shaft under the ball and tap upward. Works for me and tap it back on afterward.
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    Used thewrench method and it worked great! Thx
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    Default Re: removing lever ends

    Quote Originally Posted by pedalstomper78 View Post
    Used thewrench method and it worked great! Thx
    Your welcome. I've done that numerous times over the years.
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