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 04-10-2000, 18:01 Post: 14655
RICHARD HAYGOOD



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THE PEDALS ON THE 4300 JOHN DEERE HYDROSTATIC TRANSMISSION ARE HARD TO PUSH IT. THE REVERSE PEDEL IS THE WORST ONE. I THINK THE ANGLE MAKES IT EASY TO HAVE YOUR FOOT SLIP OFF. HAS ANYONE FOUND A CURE FOR THIS? DO THEY GET ANY EASIER AS THE TRACTOR GETS OLDER?






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 04-10-2000, 18:01 Post: 14658
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I suspect that the condition does not improve with age. I also suspect your generic complaint is the reason that Kubota now has a "feather touch" hst. I further suspect that JD and the others will not be far behind. Unfortunately that doesn't do much for those of us with the current generation of compact tractors.






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 04-10-2000, 18:01 Post: 14665
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I just picked up my new 4600 hydro on Saturday. I traded in my 4300 hydro and one of first things I noticed is the difference in the pedal pressure required.
The new tractor is not nearly as jerky but it takes a little getting used to. When your backing up and take your foot of the pedal the tractor does not stop as abruptly as the older tractor. On balance I like the feel of the new tractor but I do have to be prepared to use the break more than before. I had 150 hours on my 4300 and the pedal pressure didn't change much during that period. My dealer check the linkage and lubrication but nothing seemed to make a difference. I think it is just part of the hydro design and you will have to live with it.






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 04-10-2000, 18:01 Post: 14670
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higher horse power requires mores presure.






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 04-10-2000, 18:01 Post: 14671
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The HST pedal pressure on my Kubota B2710 is perfect. I have experienced no fatigue mowing or doing loader work all day long. I can slow down to a crawl and really have developed a nice touch for the pedal. In my opinion the pedal on the 2710 couldn't be better.






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 04-10-2000, 18:01 Post: 14672
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add to my erliear post John DEERE probably had complaints of to agresive hydro. pedles and are trying to correct the problem.






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 04-10-2000, 18:01 Post: 14676
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The HST pedal on the New Holland Boomer is great! All I have to do is rock my foot back or forward. And when mowing, once I have it at the speed I want, just set the cruise control and I'm in business.






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 04-13-2000, 09:03 Post: 14734
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My 4300 was built in mid January. I have had absolutely no problems with pedal pressure. I do recall lots of posts on this board regarding pedal pressure. Maybe they changed something. Steve






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 04-13-2000, 22:50 Post: 14755
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There is a two position adjustment for hydro pedal pressure. It is the same bolt that adjusts creep. I have found that the factory sets them in the stiffer setting. adjusting them to the lighter setting makes a big difference. Ask your dealer to make this adjustment for you, it is a little touchy to get it right.






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 04-14-2000, 14:03 Post: 14779
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Kenny, does this two position pedal adjustment apply to the JD 4300? Wouldn't mind if mine were easier to operate! Also, as my tractor doesn't get to the dealer often, is it something the mechanically inclined can handle?






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