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removal of shift lever #9126286 07/13/13 09:49 PM
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I have a old 5$half johnson and need to remove and replace the shift lever. Does not appear to held in place by any nut and bolt. Looks like it is pressed on . Have a replacement on order advice want to be ready to install replacement. Any adice wil be deeply appreciated.

Re: removal of shift lever [Re: 4yu5kz] #9127820 07/14/13 12:46 PM
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Re: removal of shift lever [Re: gary purdy] #9128050 07/14/13 02:13 PM
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Gary... Thank you for reply. I have a shifter coming from Twin City Outboard. Now All have to do is figure out how to remove broken one.

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