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Case Nutty 1660

07-09-2013 10:53:15

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sounds like you have a 530 CK first the trans type, the lever coming out of the torque tube on the left should be a FWD/REV shuttle lever the middle shifter is for 1,2,3,4 gear selection the lever to the right will be a HI/LO lever, now as to having a convertor if you have a lever to the right of the steering wheel like the throttle on the left side of steering wheel that is the COM/Direct drive lever if you do not have a RH lever it is a std clutch tractor, I can post you some pics later tonight as right now am heading back to the filed hope this gets you started

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07-09-2013 17:11:38

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 Re: g530 tc in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 07-09-2013 10:53:15  
I'll try to get some pics on here for you of it.

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07-09-2013 16:54:25

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 Re: g530 tc in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 07-09-2013 10:53:15  
It has a big lever on the left side of the steering wheel and a smaller lever on the right side. I thought the one on the right was the throttle. It"s broken under the dash from what it goes to. There"s also a peddle under the brakes that I don"t know what it does. If the lever to the right of the steering wheel isn"t the throttle then where is it? Thanks Kevin.

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Christopher Mikesell

07-09-2013 17:11:36

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 Re: g530 tc in reply to Kevin.530, 07-09-2013 16:54:25  
The lever to the left of the wheel is the hand throttle. Also, I believe that the pedal that is below the brakes on the floor is the foot throttle. You set the engine speed with the lever beside the wheel (it works like a throttle stop) and can then use the foot throttle to rev it up beyond that setting. This is really handy for driving the tractor around. You can set the hand throttle for a idle setting and easily control your speed with the foot throttle like the accelerator pedal in your car.

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07-09-2013 17:23:50

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 Re: g530 tc in reply to Christopher Mikesell, 07-09-2013 17:11:36  
Oh ok. I'll have to dig deeper into that lever also. When I moved it with the tractor running it didn't do anything. So when I put it in gear and let the clutch out do I have to have the hi/lo lever in one of those? Cause both levers on the sides of Trans were in a neutral position.

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