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    Shifter issue

    I took apart my John Deere 730 Diesel last winter Because the shifter snapped between the two balls and I cant not get it to go back in. Does anyone now how to reinstall the shifter.

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    You'll need to align the shifter forks so they are back in neutral. Once that's good, you simply lower the shifter tower back down making sure the shifter rod/ball goes back into the grooves in the forks.
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