Many models have a rod link from clutch control rockshaft that also goes to a brake on side of gearcase. This is if you have ONE pedal. I was told you need to adjust the brake to stop gearcase to make better/easier shifts. This can be adjusted by the yokes on the rods. Always easer to see the gizmos with back wheel, fender pan and console covers off tractor. At least try the console cover and wheel off to see better. ON the lift, try cain links in diff holes in lift bar or maybe on the blade end? Moving just one hole makes quite a diff. Too much lift and you can't "lock" the blade in raised position with hand lift. They don't go real high tho.
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