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    Jubliee shifter repairs?

    Folks,
    It seems that the shift tower on the Jubilee has seen better days. I could not get it to shift into 1st or third. Finally popped the boot and found a elongated slot/hole and nothing engaging it. Pin looks to be completely worn away.
    By holding the shift lever straight, with both hands, I could get it to shift into those gears with no problem.
    Any suggestions of how you may have repaired one would be helpful.
    I have not taken the cover off yet. Looks like weld up the slot and install an new pin through the shifter ball?





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    Chris
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    Are you sure it needs more than just a new pin?
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    Might be time to visit a tractor salvage yard for a replacement Chris. I've not had that problem on any of the Fords yet....is that just a rusted up and broken roll-pin or is it a stub built onto the shifter? If its a stub, I'd consider grinding it flat, drilling and tapping 1/4" (or 5/16") threads and stick in a grade 8 bolt then cut off the head.... Of course use some good thread locker.

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    Senior Member Sugarmaker's Avatar
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    You guys are right. I believe this needs a new cross pin through the ball portion of the shift lever. Next day or so I am going to take the cover off and remove the shifter lever and remove the old pin. I was thinking a roll pin may work too. Friend found information on a solid pin with a knurl that is the correct replacement pin.
    I was worried that I had a problem inside the case in the gears. Just one of those things that gets worn after 60 years of use
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    Pin part number 9N7221B for about $5.00 should fix your problem.
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    Thanks John!
    Just ordered the pin, shift cover gasket and several other items.
    Regards,
    Chris
    Last edited by Sugarmaker; Today at 07:07 AM.
    1950 Allis WD WFE
    1950 Allis WD NFE
    1951 Allis WD NFE
    1953 Ford Jubilee
    Cub Cadets 147R, (2) 127's, 125, 102 100, 86, and 73
    http://www.mapleandhoney.com

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