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Thanks for help on 2590, one more question

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01-11-2007 15:39:12

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Thanks for help on what I should do with a 2590 I bought the other day. Have one more question: it seems the clutch doesn"t engaged positively when let out. When I let it out, there is usually some hesitation and then it smoothly engages. The powershift and everything else seem to be fine. Is there adjustment on the clutch that is normally made? Thanks in advance.

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01-11-2007 16:45:07

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 Re: Thanks for help on 2590, one more question in reply to OliverGuy, 01-11-2007 15:39:12  
Have no fear. Your shift is doing what it is suppose to do. When you push pedal whole way in the powershift very quickly goes into reverse an than when you let out it changes to forward.What you need to do is get into habit of slowing engine down- push in clutch an at point you feel engine change sound put tractor in gear as at that point output of p shift is zero or close to it an you can shift gears with out grinding.Also as you learn operation of tractor you will find you can push clutch pedal in only partally an you will not have jurking you are experiencing .Other thing you need to know is not to use tractor on pto for extended lenght of time with shifter in reverse.Take care of it an it will serve you well.

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