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02-06-2013 16:59:03

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Nice looking tractor with the bracket that puts the steps at a slight angle. Is there and stickers or paper work that mentions updates being done? just curious if any other dealers had done that. Rod.

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02-06-2013 17:13:57

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 Re: 2390 in reply to 1370rod, 02-06-2013 16:59:03  
Thanks yeah the updates been done all with paperwork also the trans just been gone through also the heads on engine also it has 4700 orginal hours on it just a question about the powershift what do i not need to do to mess it up etc cause powershift is new to me

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02-06-2013 18:54:24

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 Re: 2390 in reply to jh, 02-06-2013 17:13:57  
Sounds like a good tractor. The best thing you can do for the powershift is keep trans oil and filters clean. Only use the HP hyd. filter kit, there is a cheap set so ask for the HP set. Also when shifting the powershift up or down do so at reduced RPM's and shift down by hand one at a time, try not to stab the clutch down which forces it through two shifts. Treat it good and it will treat you good, enjoy your tractor, Rod.

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