tranny bolts

Richard Martin

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Greenville, NC
Well, get on down to your local hardware store, The Home Depot or whatever and get yourself the right one.
 
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Vandora Lawn & Landscape

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Baltimore, MD
It's a little bit more complicated than that.... The old tranny had a bolt with a square end then it was threaded above that. The new one is shapped like a hockey rink. Round on the ends but straight in the middle. It has a hold drilled into it that is threaded.
 

Richard Martin

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Location
Greenville, NC
Okay, I'm going to assume that you are talking about the shifter shaft itself. A little confusion was caused by the fact that my Gravely (it has 32 spline jackshafts) has a bolt that holds the shifter down on the shifter shaft. My Exmark has the same setup as you are looking at.

You can do 2 things. Either roundout the hole in the shifter that you have now to fit the shifter shaft or get a different shifter that fits the shifter shaft. The Gravely shifter will fit the shifter shaft that you have. It is Gravely part number 048996. It is called a transmission shift arm and it should be easily adaptable to your present shifter.
 

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