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gborah
Join Date: Oct 2010
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2010-10-07          174422


The tractor will not move. Checked hydraulic fluid - replaced hydraulic filter= bush-hog will owrk - tractor just won't move- any sugggestions

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auerbach
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2010-10-07          174425


May be out of gear. Some models have two shifters, one of which can be inadvertently nudged into neutral. ....

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kthompson
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2010-10-08          174445


With the changing of filters assume it is a hst transmission. So you were bush hogging when it stopped? I had a small branch jammed my foot pedal once preventing it's movement. It is also possible the linkage was damaged or came loose.

Check your gear linkage also. Does it feel like it is shifting or loose when you move the foot pedal or gear shift lever? ....

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