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Gmt 9000 transmission input shaft?

So i heard this parts number 21521 input shaft is a little hard to get from OEM. Im almost 90% sure mine is bent. Anyone know if theres aftermarket support or even if another gravely tractor shares that same shaft?
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Re: Gmt 9000 transmission input shaft?

If it is bent and the rest is good, you could straighten it with a press and some v-blocks
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If it is bent and the rest is good, you could straighten it with a press and some v-blocks
Yeah thats a possibility im willingto try. I will know once i have it out. Im hopping it comes out without taking the whole trans apart....😕
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Re: Gmt 9000 transmission input shaft?

Yep. Just need to drop the trans, pull the side cover, and there it is. Couple snap rings, and out it comes. (but, I suspect you already have it in hand. )

These guys may actually have one......
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