There is no lever there I have looked especially were the hand break is, it is like when you put the slasher in I have to start the tractor with the slasher handle pushed down so to it doesn't grind I put the clutch down but it grates so much that I have to turn the tractor of and then put the slasher handle down it works then. Thankyou for your help in this matter. Best Wishes Meryl
Re: Ford 3000 Tractor in reply to Farmwidow, 07-28-2013 20:44:12
not a lever you push the left brake pedal down and then pull up a t handle by where you right foot normally is at to lock the brake pedal down. you then tap the brake pedal to release the lock also you can rotate the t handle after pulling it up and it will not drop until you rotate it back and tap the brakes you should lock both brake pedals together first with the sliding rod on the pedals you need to push the clutch down even farther than you are now to engage the slasher(PTO)without grinding gears
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