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  • 604 stick shift assembly


    Guitarhacker
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    I'm looking for the stick shift assembly in working condition  for a  Wheel Horse 604 tractor. I believe the transmission is  #5046 and the part number is 5632.

     

    Mine works but just barely because someone welded it and it broke the other day at the collar and I had to have it welded again. I'm looking for a shifter that is complete, and in working condition.

     

    If you happen to have one laying around.... I could sure use it.

     

    Thanks

     

    Herb

     

     



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    I;m not sure I really need this since the replies I'm getting in other parts of the forum indicate that the one I have is like it's supposed to be and after welding it back, it seems to be working OK.

     

    Thanks

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