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Ok, fixed it. Thought I would post on here in case this is useful to someone else...

I went out and bought a thin coil spring of roughly the diameter of the reverse plunger at the local hardware store. Then I clipped off just one of the coils. I slipped this onto the plunger (tight fit), and put it back together. It works beautifully... clicks into reverse very smoothly. I am surprised how such a tiny "shim" makes such a huge difference. The plunger probably sits about 1/32 higher right now...

How this happened, I have no idea. I hope this helps someone in the future, if you lose reverse and its not the coupler. If you get reverse back when the reverse detent plunger is removed, this little trick may help!

Old 05-02-2010, 03:13 PM
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