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Old 07-27-2014, 08:53 PM
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You need to find it! This is what happens when one is not accounted for
 
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I completely agree but I do not see where it could be hiding. With the main shaft removed I can easily search in the housing. I've taken a small flashlight and even a strong magnet to try and get in the corners. Unless im missing something there is no place for it to go....they fell out when I took it apart after the first time I reinstalled it. So I know it came with all 15 and that I lost one. I searched for hours and thought I'd gone crazy being that it happened right in front of me and I couldnt find it.
 
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Originally Posted by ALBUQ F-1 View Post
Front is 2 - 3, rear is 1 - R. Look at the two notched pieces in the cover that prevent going into 2 gears at once; are they both in the middle notch?
Any words of wisdom when replacing the cover plate shifter lever o-rings?
 
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Yours is different than mine; yours are easy I would guess, because your external shifter arms just unbolt.
 
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Yours is different than mine; yours are easy I would guess, because your external shifter arms just unbolt.
It looks straight forward but then again everything I touch turns into a project! Thanks for the backup. ..I'll press them out then. I would hit everywhere but where I was aiming if I used a hammer.
 
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