Posted by GregBMF on April 01, 2014 at 00:09:50 from (18.104.22.168):
Hello, this seems to be THE place to go for old tractor info, so I thought I would ask you guys. I am looking at buying a MF70, and everything on it operates fine, except high range. Are there any simple checks I can do before buying it to determine what is not working properly? Low range seems to work fine, but the seller says that when shifted to high range it won't move at all. I don't really need high range for around my place but it would be nice. Could this problem eventually lead to Low range not working as well? Thanks in advance.
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