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Geared hoist drum clutch

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I have Ireland machine and foundry hoist the drum shift fork rides in lower casting and is supposed engage upper shift collar but lacks nearly an inch. Upper fork is worn and barley engages shift collar. Lower collar is restricted by frame casting as to raising it. Thinking of removing shift arm bosses and making my own iron strap bolted on to fix it. I have nothing to go by not even a picture of working unit. Trying to rehab for Yankee winch for log skidding from inaccessible areas. Will be powering with 6 horse pedator engine with machined flat pulley. Any idea rating on this unit I know they made up to 3000 pounds, this has double gear reduction with 4.8 and 5 ratios not including drum size driven pulley is 12 inchs drive pulley is 2.25 inchs.
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