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Diff lock on 3600

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Thomas

05-02-2001 07:27:37




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Should you have to hold the diff lock down for the rear diffs to stay locked on a 3600? My Zetor locks for a short time and then releases. But you have to keep your foot on the diff lock on the 3600 or it unlocks. Is this the way the 3600 is suppose to function or might I have a problem? The manual just tells you to push to engage diff locking.




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Bern

05-02-2001 13:04:01




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 Re: Diff lock on 3600 in reply to Thomas, 05-02-2001 07:27:37  
If you are in a situation where the diff lock is really needed (i.e. there is more torque going out one wheel than the other) then the pedal will stay down automatically. As soon as the torque between the two equalizes, then it should pop back up. Bottom line is: in most cases you'll have to hold it down.



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Thomas

05-02-2001 13:19:45




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 Re: Re: Diff lock on 3600 in reply to Bern, 05-02-2001 13:04:01  
What happens is the right tire will start spinning. I press the diff lock and both start to pull until I let off then the right starts spinning again. But if I hold it down then they both turn until I let off. I have filled both tires with water/af and have installed two donut weights to each rear wheel. That helped cut down on the spinning.



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Bern

05-02-2001 20:18:19




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 Re: Re: Re: Diff lock on 3600 in reply to Thomas, 05-02-2001 13:19:45  
Evidently there must be some bouncing going along with the spinning which allows the torque to reduce just long enough to allow the return spring to pop it out. Best thing to do is leave it in full time when you go through the tough spots.



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