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Controls of a crawler

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hawaii rob

06-25-2002 22:02:08




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Could someone tell me what the controls are on a bulldozer.2 foot pedals.2 sticks.




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Farmer Gene (WI)

06-26-2002 07:06:02




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 Re: controls of a crawler in reply to hawaii rob, 06-25-2002 22:02:08  
The foot pedals are the brakes one for each side, the sticks are for the final drives. when you pull back on the sticks it puts the final drives in neutral. So if you want to turn right, pull back on right stick, it puts right final drive in neutral, left track is still driving allowing you to turn to the right, if you want to turn sharper apply right brake while holding back on right stick. visa versa for left side.

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hawaii rob

06-26-2002 10:14:04




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 Re: Re: controls of a crawler in reply to Farmer Gene (WI), 06-26-2002 07:06:02  
Thanks for the help.That is exactly what I was searching for.



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