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Simplicity85
Hey guy's, A wile back I got my 10 doller Boadmoor It had a problem with the HI LO so I took every thing off to make it stay in HI no lever to move in to LO. So I tor the thing apart and the tractor run's and all but it will not move every thing spins then you have to push it then it will move. I think it's the belt sliping when it's in gear when it's nurtal it spins fine. How can it fix this? Thanks

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steve-wis
I had a similar problem with a yeoman with hi-lo. The problem was that when it was shifted to hi, it was moving too far and the drive gear inside was actually sliding past and dis-engaging. If you clutch is working ok, try to pull the housing on the hi-lo away from the transmission a bit, like you were shifting to lo, but only a little bit and see if that helps. If that is the problem, I fixed mine by putting a shim inside the hi-lo housing to keep it from going so far. There are pics of this in a post a while back that you can probably search for and find if you need it. Steve

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Simplicity85
Yep But I need it to run it in HI all the time. I just don't need LO. I stuck that black thing (a part of the HI LO in HI mode all the time There is no leaver. I can try to make a shim any pic's?

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Vassal
I'm feeling Deja vu.... Here's a few links to Steve's Hi-Lo repair posts - I used the search feature by narrowing results for exact phrase, "Hi-Lo" , by subject line only, by author "steve-wis" and by date, March 2007 to present. Hope this helps. Repair pics: http://www.simpletractors.com/club2/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=105066&SearchTerms=Hi%2Blo Drive dog pics: http://www.simpletractors.com/club2/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=105163&SearchTerms=Hi%2Blo Hi-LO problem SOLVED: http://www.simpletractors.com/club2/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=104869&SearchTerms=Hi%2Blo And the Deja vu post from last month: [url]http://www.simpletractors.com/club2/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=106877&SearchTerms=hi%2Clo[/url]

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