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|Tom||What is the best way to disable the "PTO reverse Switch"
This is a new 2005 machine!
" And yes I know some Product libility guy required it" But he will not come to my home and hold the button!!!
|bontai Joe||I'm not gonna tell you as I don't want to be called to court as a co-defendant if you have an accident. I don't wish an accident on you or anyone else, but if the worst should happen, it will be even worse if it comes to light that you disabled any of the safety devices. Just something for you to ponder while thinking about bypassing the switch.
|Jim_WV||You don't have to hold the button all down all the time, just push it when you put the tractor in reverse and let go. Course if you stop you have to hit the button again, but pushing it once when going into reverse is all thats required.
After Lifting the PTO engagement button just, fit a household cloths peg under the switch to hold it up all the time. Easy