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Help!!!!!! B112 locked in 1st gear

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MPH
Oh girl is locked up tight in low gear,now sitting on the trailer, any Ideas are good ones. Also any knowledge on part swapping from a B-10 tranny to the B112 which appears to a bit heavier duty. Thanks in Advance...MPH

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Al
Hi, Early in this discussion group, I posted about getting a tranny out of gear through the top fill plug. If anyone knows when it was I would appreciate them letting us know. If not when I get a little more time [soon] I will re-visit the subject. Thanks, Al

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BradW
I think the below link is the thread Al means.[A href='http://www.simpletractors.com/clubhouse/ShowMessage.asp?MsgID=737&mode=short&startwith=0']http://www.simpletractors.com/clubhouse/ShowMessage.asp?MsgID=737&mode=short&startwith=0[/a]

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MPH
Al and Dutch, I can't figure a way to spell "[{THANKYOU}]" big enough for the link and the info on it. I bent an almost new screwdriver to try that trick. took a awhile before I caught the right thing in there not knowing just where things are located, and thanks to you guys I'm not learning tonight. I was doing a lot of 3rd to rev shifting even though its a long way across this lawn to be. I will be doing it a bit more careful from now on. seems I would have caught on to that from rebuilding tranny and clutches blindfold in a 67 Dart 4speed, fullpower shiftin. Must be those excess of youth I saw on here awhile back. Thanks again....MPH

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