If you start the tractor with the foot clutch depressed and in gear, or if you are driving around and depress the foot clutch, you don't need to wait any time to shift into another gear as long as the tractor is STOPPED before pulling to neutral. If the gears start turning as soon as you hit neutral and grind trying to get it in a different gear, you either have a dragging clutch, bad throw-out bearing or a dragging pilot bearing This post was edited by CTucker at 20:57:07 07/24/13.
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