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Good_Ole_JR

Thanx Al

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Good_Ole_JR
I went out and checked the bolts on the BGB on my 3212H today. I found out that the four side bolts were loose. Not much, it only took about a quarter to half turn to tighten them. Fired it up and took it for a test drive and it stopped it's surging.

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BTW, I noticed the tractor starting this problem while tilling up my mom's front yard to reseed grass. I guess tilling up sod caused the bolts to back off somewhat.

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HubbardRA
My 716H does not have a tiller yet, but the bolts also came lose on it. I thought the Sunstrand trannys were very touchy, till I tightened those bolts. Now it works much better.

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