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#1 BTS ONLINE  

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Posted June 21, 2015 - 01:09 PM

I have a '95 Kubota L2000 (gray market), it has the manual transmission (not hydro) and the reverse is popping out? Any ideas on  how to fix it and were to find parts? Would this be a gear or a fork??? I have never done anything with transmissions, but yet I don't have the money to hire someone to fix it. Any info would be great

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Posted June 21, 2015 - 01:32 PM

You seem to already understand the most likely possible problems. Forks wear and bend so that the gear does not go all the way into position. It will then pop out. Bearings and gears can wear and get loose that allows them to pop out. Get the tractor where you can look at it and drain a little transmission fluid into a clear or white container. If there is a bunch of metal particles in the oil, you may have a serious problem. If not, pull the shifter cover and check the forks. Get the correct shop manuals before playing with it. We have the BX2200 shop manual in our Manuals Section.  I also agree with you that hiring a mechanic is usually too expensive, I prefer to learn to do it myself. Good Luck, Rick  


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Posted June 21, 2015 - 05:18 PM

I agree with the shift forks as likely cause. The forks usually have neopreme pads that can wear down or come off the end of the shift fork allowing too much free play to engage the gear completely
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Posted June 21, 2015 - 11:13 PM

Thanks for the info,

I was hoping I could just tap on the transmission house 3 times while saying a chant and it would fix it's self. :ah_shoot:

I guess I'll half to get the tools out :oh_shucks:


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