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 12-29-2005, 07:42 Post: 121864
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when i first start tractor the nothing happens when i put the tractor in gear then in just a couple seconds after the pedal is released the tractor starts to move any adjustments or etc that will help thanks






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 12-29-2005, 18:16 Post: 121924
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Is it a powershift? Is it cold?






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 12-30-2005, 05:42 Post: 121957
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it is a power shift not any colder than before keep in a basement just started doing this






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 01-08-2006, 06:44 Post: 122399
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There usually is a little delay. If there is an increase or excessive delay, the pickup screen may be plugging.






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 01-10-2006, 13:21 Post: 122555
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where is the screen located and it is easy to clean

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Opposite where the suction line fastens to the transmission housing there is a cap with 3 bolts. Remove cap & pull out fine nmetal mesh filter. It can be washed with diesel






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 01-15-2006, 07:12 Post: 122789
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thank you very much for the info






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