Posted by Maineman on December 07, 2012 at 14:48:49 from (188.8.131.52):
In Reply to: 516 H posted by Old Roy on December 07, 2012 at 08:14:54:
Old Roy, That's a nice tractor you've got there! The tach-a-matic system is quite easy to use. On the left hand side of the tractor you will see a small pin/ rod end sticking out of the front tach-a-matic. It originally had a black rubber boot on it. Pull that towards you. It should release the whole mechanism. Move to under the motor, along the side of the frame, and find the same pin. Pull it out. That should release the mower. The plow may attach under the rear axel. That tach-a-matic Will have two thumb levers, pull them up to release them. These things get rusty or dirty and may stick. Sometimes their beat up and have burrs that need to be removed.
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