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Thanks to all who responded to my cry for help with a shifting problem. DaddyCat, your last set of pictures made all the difference. Took less that 3 minutes to hook and pull the fork back in place once it got through my thick head what I was trying to do and where to poke it. Thanks for sticking with me and not giving up. I owe you one. Dan

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Dan-I bet you found a mouse in there jamming up the works-glad you got him out! CJ(my way of saying I would have been of no help at all).

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