T150 won't shift after clutch replacement
The tranny shifted fine before I drove it to break in the new clutch (I tried a few light clutch engagements - both foward and reverse - before actually driving it.) It shifted OK at first, but shortly, I could only get the tranny to shift into 2nd.
I replaced the clutch disc, pressure plate, clutch release bearing, clutch release fork, pilot bushing, clutch linkage rod, and bell crank. I repaired the worn ends of the clutch rod (pedal arm to bell crank). The clutch will engage/disengage properly in the only gear I can currently get it to shift into (2nd).
I took it all apart because it seemed like the clutch was worn out, but i found the the alignment pins for the throw-out bearing on the clutch fork had worn off, allowing one side of the throw-out bearing to slip off. The clutch disc was hardly worn at all, but the fingers on the pressure plate, and the throw-out bearing both had odd wear patterns