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HELP! IH Cub Power Take Off


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Old 06-25-2013, 11:47:52 PM
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Default HELP! IH Cub Power Take Off

I just replaced the first reverse gear in the Cub and now I can't get the power take off slider to engage with the shifter.

How in the heck do you get the shift lever in the grove on the slider ?? There is no way to see what you are doing being there is no cover or access to the inside of the differential.

I really need some advice on this one.

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Default Re: HELP! IH Cub Power Take Off

Remove the transmission oil filler plug and watch through there. It's still not easy. Good luck.
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Default Re: HELP! IH Cub Power Take Off

As Jack said, look through the oil filler hole. A helper, with a flashlight, is handy. If you don't get in the first 5 minutes, it could take 5 hours! Stop, and try later. Ed
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