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billrigsby
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Oct 14, 2019, 6:01 AM

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Just put a new fuel pump in (external) in my plow vehicle, it is a 50 Willys with 95 Vortec V6 Stock Willys Transmission with Adapter.

Ran around the driveway a bit and hooked up the plow. Put in Reverse and started backing up and then nothing all of a sudden.

It is now perpetually in "Neutral" Got it into the garage with the tractor and the clutch fork is loose.

Obviously need to pull the transmission, any thoughts on what to look for?

This is a link to the clutch fork

https://www.dropbox.com/s/y2k0dzx0dy8v8qg/20191012_144856.mp4.9d54b921657e978eb47575fc44fdfb0a.mp4?dl=0



Thanks, Bill


Tom Greenleaf
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Oct 14, 2019, 1:54 PM

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Pic is a no show for me, no problem.
IDK this from Adam but a clutch almost never does NOTHING all at once? Is there any movement you can feel at fork to a throw-out bearing? If that somehow pushed in to disengage and stuck there you'd feel that IDK maybe see it?
I can't have an idea of this set up presumably if plowing it's 4X4 and don't know of any that also don't have a range selector? Did it fall into plain ''N" on you there?
Seriously, I or maybe none of us are going to know how this is set up and what the Willys was that you say is original? Not my vintage real well but didn't they make both Military and other assorted versions for "civilian" use?
Any which way if you are going to own and use such a mixed thing now or for ages IDK you really need to know lots about it and where to get parts that really work and fit this or other things all thru it,


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