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Re: Pull Starting a 1850

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gary Spitznogle

09-14-2013 14:26:37

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To answer you correctly a hydra power can be pull started in direct drive. The best way is to put trans in 6th gear and hydra power in low and as soon as you're moving push the hydra power in and it should turn engine over. As far as the over under it will not work unless you crank the engine with the starter to get pressure for the clutches I just went out and tried a 1755 over/under and nothing. Gas or diesel shouldn't matter as they are the same units.

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gary Spitznogle

09-14-2013 18:58:32

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 Re: Pull Starting a 1850 in reply to gary Spitznogle, 09-14-2013 14:26:37  
I'll try tomorrow, but i think I figured out you can pull start a over/under. When I was pulling this I went to shift gears on dead tractor and killed towing tractor. I think if you put the overunder in direct drive and trans in 6th gear, then while moving push the clutch in for a few seconds and release it will start. By pushing in clutch there is enough drag on hyd clutch in over under to turn input side and pump so your clutch's will engage and turn mtr. over. I'll try this in the morning and post here.

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gary Spitznogle

09-15-2013 09:13:18

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 Re: Pull Starting a 1850 in reply to gary Spitznogle, 09-14-2013 18:58:32  
The answer is as allen stated above. put it in either direct or over in 6th gear and pull a few feet with clutch in then release and will start

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J. Schwiebert

09-15-2013 03:41:02

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 Re: Pull Starting a 1850 in reply to gary Spitznogle, 09-14-2013 18:58:32  
Gary you are on the right track. I was thinking you had to put it in overdrive and yes like you said you need to push the clutch petal down and get it oving say 50 feet before you pop the clutch. We used to do that with new tractors but the guys out in the set up area did it. I did it a few times but was trying to remeber which range you use but I think it is overdrive.

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ollie gm

09-14-2013 15:19:30

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 Re: Pull Starting a 1850 in reply to gary Spitznogle, 09-14-2013 14:26:37  
Good clean answer. I think I was kinda on the same page as you, so what you are saying is you don't have to crank the engine when pull starting a 3 speed?

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