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Never Seen This One Before...

Local brought me a 1979 32" 924 series that wouldn't Shift. Here's the Reason Why. Although, he didn't say, I think it may have been stuck, and he tried to Free it with Force. Never seen this before.
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I don't even understand how these two parts are supposed to fit together…


2004 MURRAY BRUTE 10HP 29"
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Looks like the disk has been broken off the shift arm at the left - not what looks like a broken hex collar in the arm. That would disconect the shift from the disk, giving this issue.

Seems like on this one, the bearing is in the shift arm, and the center of the hex disk is solid, as opposed to using a fork or similar to move the disk.
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