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JoeJ

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Ok, here comes the stupid questions. Got the 314H from Dan running, but won't move. I know he said it was in nuetral so we could push it. What way is the little lever in the back to be to run??? I tried in and out, nothing.
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maxtorman1234
You gotta push the tractor forward a little, and push the lever down for it to move, you will feel it click in.
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;)Thanks Graham. I tried in and out, and without moving the tractor. :DGoin to like this one, GREEN HOOD and all!!:D
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If you get it move but it only goes backward Joe, it'll likely be because its trying to get away from theat green hood;);)
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Originally posted by maxtorman1234
You gotta push the tractor forward a little, and push the lever down for it to move, you will feel it click in.
Your statement confuses me. The 300 series has the Vickers hydro. The lever on the rear should move toward the right rear wheel (clockwise) for neutral, and should be straight up (provided no one has forced on the lever and bent it) when it's in gear. Pat
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maxtorman1234
Quote: 300 series operators manual "This lever is used to engage the tractor for running or to disengage the transmission if the tractor has to be moved without engine power. To engage the transmission, be sure the hydrostatic lever is in neutral, and move the gear lever to the vertical position until it snaps into the spring clip. Tractor may have to be rolled back and forth to engage the gear. To disengage, pull gear lever out of the spring clip and move the lever to the right away from the transmission." I guess you're right Pat, Sorry for the confusion, I thought the 400s would have been the same, should have looked at the book first, since its right in front of me.
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