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Deere GT 225 drive pedal travel
|Larry||I have a John Deere GT 225. What is the reason that the drive pedal needs to be depressed pretty far before tractor movement occurs? Is there an adjustment for pedal travel?
Also, are there any used, affordable shop manuals available?
|Dale G. Basgall||Larry , If there is an adjustment on the GT225 it would be back where the pedal rod attaches to the transmission. Usually I purchase the service disk, it's a cd and maybe this site has a manual.
If you call the JD place and have a parts guy look up the rod and # they could tell by the picture if there is an adjuster on those.
Dale G. Basgall
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