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jumpy inching pedal on 1070 power shift

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doug boll

07-12-2009 15:48:08




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Hi all, My 1070 is really jumpy especially when trying to feather the clutch backing up as when round baling or around the yard. It seems that you have to let the pedal out a long ways before it moves, much more than on other 70 series I have owned or driven. Was thinking of going through the pedal adjustment procedure described in the shop manual. Anyone got any other ideas?Other than that problem the ps works flawlessly. I appreciate any assistance given.

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Derek Pedigo

07-22-2009 06:11:23




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 Re: jumpy inching pedal on 1070 power shift in reply to doug boll, 07-12-2009 15:48:08  
spring broke in the back of the incing spool



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ccks

07-13-2009 09:55:30




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 Re: jumpy inching pedal on 1070 power shift in reply to doug boll, 07-12-2009 15:48:08  
Doug, I'm having the same problem and seems worse once the tractor warms up. Let me know what you find out. It sounds very familiar to my problem.



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mEl

07-12-2009 16:15:39




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 Re: jumpy inching pedal on 1070 power shift in reply to doug boll, 07-12-2009 15:48:08  
Doug. give me a call



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dboll

07-12-2009 19:24:52




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 Re: jumpy inching pedal on 1070 power shift in reply to mEl, 07-12-2009 16:15:39  
I'll try to call first of the week, usually when I come in for the night it is pretty late to call with the 1 hour time difference.



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