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LWD

07-18-2010 18:31:26




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the man had a 4030 and was setting up the rpm s when it jumped in to gear and run over himself,,,hia eight year old found him...his 5-16 wrench still in his hand.




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francis

07-22-2010 19:11:33




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 Re: how did it happen? in reply to LWD, 07-18-2010 18:31:26  
some john deeres like 6030 and i've seen my 7020 do that too while i was in it



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The Mayor

07-20-2010 06:06:47




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 Re: how did it happen? in reply to LWD, 07-18-2010 18:31:26  
The neutral safety switch on the transmission didnít work to keep it from starting in gear? Maybe if it was a power shift and was in neutral and was running could have popped into gear? Many possibilities but I would guess the transmission neutral switch wasnít working or bypassed. The tractor is every bit 35 years old anything could have happen; just have to always be careful. Just too bad his eight year old found him.

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The Mayor

07-19-2010 01:27:07




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 Re: how did it happen? in reply to LWD, 07-18-2010 18:31:26  
where did this happen?



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jd b puller

07-18-2010 19:00:13




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 Re: how did it happen? in reply to LWD, 07-18-2010 18:31:26  
Ya think maybe he tried to jump start across the starter and it was in gear?



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