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Need Help with my 314 hydraulic lever and brakes
|Ralph DeVitto||I am restoring a JD 314. Is the hydraulic lever supposed to go to neutral when the brakes are applied. My doesn't. In fact the brakes hardly slow it up at all. I see no visible connection between the two linkages. Is this normal? Thanks.
|bontai Joe||Yes, your tractor is normal, there is no connection between the brakes and the hydro controls. Pulling the hydro lever to neutral will stop you. The brake is mostly for parking it to prevent it rolling down hill.
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