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|Samahi72||My 400 creeps in neutral. The only way I can prevent it from rolling is to lock the brakes on and then you can hear it whine against the brakes. How hard is it to adjust to stop what it is doing???
|boo|| Where's Bontie Joe when ya need him ??
|bontai Joe||It's not real hard, but an involved process that you really need the service manual for. Without pics, it's too tough to describe here. But you need no special tools other than wrenches and around 2 hours to tweak it to perfection.
|Kevin Demsky||Do you mean actual gearbox neutral, or hydrostatic neutral?
Did you just try to over center, meaning when you draw the hydrostatic drive back to slow down, PAST the notch to reverse, and then slide it into the notch?
I think they all need to over center to stop.