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|Ken||my 135 shifts hard almost impossible at times unless I shift the multi-power to lo range, then shifts fine. Is this normal? Clutch adjustment seems fine approx. 3/4" free play. Also helps to have the manual hi/low in nuetral to shift the main (4spd) trans.
|Geoff||Ken this is absolutely normal.....nothing to worry about....it's the design of the multi-power that does this....Geoff.
|Ken||Thanks Geoff for the reply, good to know this is normal. I have upgraded from an 8N Ford so am still getting used to this tractor. Is it better to leave the multi-power in lo rather than shifting it back and forth?
I used this tractor mostly for mowing pasture, waterways, and snow removal.
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