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 10-01-2003, 22:44 Post: 65273
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Hello,

Just curious if any of you have had trouble with the HST pedal.

My problem is after using my tractor for a while(an hour). The pedal is slow to come back to the middle position. I have almost hit a few things because of it. I greased all the linkage and it only does it when the hydraulics are hot. Anyone have this problem or know of a cure. Thanks in advance. TC33D 7308fel 220hrs. 2 year warranty just expired.






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 10-02-2003, 18:16 Post: 65331
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I have seen something about this on the board before; I have the standard transmission so haven't experienced it. Have you tried searching this board? Maybe you can find something until somebody more experienced replies.
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 10-03-2003, 06:50 Post: 65372
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I'm a gear head as well. There was a recent discussion where a comment about spongy HST pedals was mentioned. I can't recall the subject title but it might be worth looking for.






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 10-03-2003, 06:56 Post: 65375
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I wouldn't worry to much about the warrantee as I consider this a safty issue and they should be able to give you the options for no cost. I'm sure NH doesn't want to hurt anyone.






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 10-03-2003, 07:11 Post: 65377
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I have a TC45D, and my HST pedal is sticky when I first run it (cold)...can be dangerous...I have 2 weeks left on my warranty...






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 10-03-2003, 07:47 Post: 65379
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I was having the same problem on my new MF GC2300. Dealer took HST pedal apart and emory-clothed the "pivot". Works much better now (though not completely fixed). He said they usually work into smooth operation after ~50 hours, but obviously, you're beyond that point.

Good Luck.






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 10-03-2003, 08:55 Post: 65402
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I have a TC33D pedal has always worked fine.(now has 250hrs)






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 10-03-2003, 10:47 Post: 65421
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I have had a similar problem at 50 hours and it has subsided with use and some grease. At 120 hours the problem has seemed to been resolved.






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 10-20-2003, 21:24 Post: 66689
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My dealer asked me if I had this problem and I told him that it occured only when it seemed cold. What he did was adjust the the tightness on the return spring. The return spring is adjusted by a turnbuckle, all you have to do is loosen the nut and then turn the bolt in which tightens the return spring and then retighten the nut and this will cause for the peddles to return.






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 10-21-2003, 02:46 Post: 66695
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Thanks for all your help guys. I will try to tighten up the return spring tomorrow. Pavehawk

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