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 09-20-1999, 00:00 Post: 8141
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I just received my L4200 with cab last Friday. What a machine! It has almost every option: Loader, Fr/Re lights, A/C & Heat, Radio, Fr/Re Wipers, rear remotes, creaper gear and all the standard stuff. I was so anxious to play with it that I graded a 1/2 mile gravel road, that night. The lights are amazing, I can easily work in the night, and the cab keeps the bugs away.The only thing I'm having trouble getting use to is the Glide Shift Transmission. The dealer said I should avoid the clutch, and let the transmission do the work. I guess the clutch is pretty light? Anyway I'm use to using the clutch for loader work. So now I guess I need to slide it into neutral. It's going to take some getting use too.John






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 09-23-1999, 00:00 Post: 8224
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John, For digging the clutch is a must the glide shift is for constant movement of the tractor with out the use of a clutch. The plus of it is you get gear drive efficiency and some of the hydro's convience. The clutch is not weak it is one of the largest in the industry. Art






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Really. Well that makes more sense to me. But I'm concerned because the dealer that sold it to me said that he has gotten a lot of the GST's back after 200 hrs., because the user was on the clutch. He said that the system was not designed to handle the clutch and that you should let the hydraulic shifter do it for you. I wonder if I can contact anyone at Kubota? Does anyone else have any similar expereince?John






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John, I am a kubota dealer and I don't know who he sold those to but there must have been something going on that I've never seen. On the originals back in theearly 90's there was some trouble with cable adjustments but none of that in4-5yrs. there is a update on some for the clutchpacks but still not a clutch problem. You need to feather the clutch to get your bucket full, the glide shift is for clutchless effort shifting. art






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Thanks, that's goingto make it a lot easier to load up. I was really concerned that I didn't go with the HST after hearing how I was going to have to use the clutch. Basically I put it in 4wd, and rammed the bucket into the pile. It was quite jerky as you can imagine. I thought I would get better at it, but now that I know I can use the clutch, I don't have to worry about it.John






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