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Charles B. Jackson

02-25-2008 18:23:07

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Looing a G. It has belt pulley on left side but
I see no way to disengage it. It has with it a
cycle mower, rotary mower and plow, all hand
lift. How would you disengage the mower with the
engine running?

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Mike R. in Maine

02-27-2008 15:56:04

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 Re: G Allis in reply to Charles B. Jackson, 02-25-2008 18:23:07  
If you get the drive with hydraulics, it has a lever to engage and disengage and is more user friendly. It is awkward running a mower like you"ve found. I have one with and one without hyd"s / lever and it"s way nicer. Mike

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02-26-2008 12:36:35

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 Re: G Allis in reply to Charles B. Jackson, 02-25-2008 18:23:07  
I agree with the others.. if you don't have the deluxe unit with hyds and pulley.( which has an engagement lever ). then you slip the belt off after clutching if your implement has no other options to do so..

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02-26-2008 08:15:18

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 Re: G Allis in reply to Charles B. Jackson, 02-25-2008 18:23:07  
I mow with a G & Woods mower, to disengage, press in clutch, come to full Stop, slip belt of of pulley. sometimes you have to raise the deck.

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David Maddux

02-26-2008 04:46:36

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 Re: G Allis in reply to Charles B. Jackson, 02-25-2008 18:23:07  
Joe M. How have you been? Hope to be seeing you at one of the shows this year. Dave

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Jerry Coulter

02-26-2008 04:04:41

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 Re: G Allis in reply to Charles B. Jackson, 02-25-2008 18:23:07  
The sickle mower has a belt tightener type clutch connected to a spring loaded foot pedal.

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Joe M(GA)

02-25-2008 18:28:55

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 Re: G Allis in reply to Charles B. Jackson, 02-25-2008 18:23:07  
Charles, the pulley runs all the time, except when the clutch is in

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