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beefishn

02-11-2003 20:39:26




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trying to get a AC C started was told to try pulling it to get it started. how do I do this what gear would it need to be in and how fast any info thanks




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Ed Weber

02-25-2003 10:50:06




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 Re: pull starting in reply to beefishn, 02-11-2003 20:39:26  
Make sure you hook the chain to the draw bar under the tractor. dont hook to the front of the tractor, or you might bust the tractor in two.



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beefishn

02-14-2003 19:17:38




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 Re: pull starting in reply to beefishn, 02-11-2003 20:39:26  
thanks everbody



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Tom

02-13-2003 18:33:22




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 Re: pull starting in reply to beefishn, 02-11-2003 20:39:26  
I would use third. Tractor gears are so low second may just cause the rear wheels to slide. Third at a few miles per hour and if it is going to start it will soon.



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ac orange

02-12-2003 19:07:03




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 Re: pull starting in reply to beefishn, 02-11-2003 20:39:26  
Turn the switch on open the gas pull it, if it slides the rear tires put it in 3rd and try again



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Brandon

02-12-2003 04:41:55




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 Re: pull starting in reply to beefishn, 02-11-2003 20:39:26  
I would probably use second gear. Before you start pulling put the C in gear and then push the clutch in. Once you are being pulled let the clutch out and it should start. Don't need to be going very fast at all. Hope this helps, Brandon



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