|3. Check Attachment Drive Switch (must be in OFF position) with the brake
4. Follow procedure outlined under Normal
5. After unit is started remove jumper cables frum booster battery
first. Then remove cables from the tractor, replace battery caps and boot over positive (+) terminal.
The hydrostatic transmission gives the operator a choice of infinite variable speeds from
approx. 0-8 mph (0-12.8
| km/hr) forward and
approx. 0-4 mph (0-6.4 km/hr) in reverse:. Avoid excessive HIGH travel speed whenever possible. Lower travel speeds are best for most jobs such as snow throwing or
required that the tractor operate at FULL GOVERNED ENGINE SPEED. While
operating under heavy load conditions, listen to the engine RPM. If the
engine begins to labor, do not advance the travel pedal, the ground
speed will decrease and the engine speed will increase, thereby allowing
engine to maintain constant Attachment Drive speed.
Do not drive the tractor immediately after start up. Let the engine run a few minutes to allow hydrostatic fluid to warm up
first. In extreme cold weather do tractor should not be driven until after the hydraulic lift system is operating. Length of warm up will be determined by