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    Posted: 29 Mar 2021 at 7:28pm
I've seen a picture some time ago of the gear shift pattern on a D grader. I'd thought I'd saved it, but now I can't find it. Would someone please post a picture of the D grader's gear shift pattern? Thanks

Edited by PaulB - 29 Mar 2021 at 7:28pm
If it was fun to pull in LOW gear, I could have a John Deere
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WOW!! That's a crazy pattern! Be a tuff one to fiddle with and figure out.
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That works.  THANKS   I knew where 1st & reverse were as they are about the only two gears the grader has power enough for. Big smile
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They were geared too fast. They did make a reduction gear box for them but I was never able to find one for mine. It is a good thing the engine had lots of torque because I was often working with engine at a fast idle.
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   Good morning.    If you have the auxiliary transmission, you can drop your ground speed in each gear by 66% (not 10%, not 15%, not 20%; but, 66%). Wow, what a difference this makes on your R P M's.
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Ross !!!  Are you going to sell my baby ????
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Ross, I hated to part with mine but I didn't I didn't think it would fit that well when we moved to a city sized lot or get much use on paved streets. You must be moving?
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good day all. I have a D1598. It has been sitting for a long time. It ran when parked but the engine is stuck. Any advise on getting it turning again?
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Assuming it's gas....
basic list....
1-remove plugs
2-add 50/50 mix of acetone and ATF to all cylinders
3-wait a day
4- repeat 2 and 3 for a week

 drain tank and carb, see everything is 'free', charge batteries, etc. while waiting..

5-blow out cylinders,connect battery,try to spin over
6a- no spin, goback to 2-3-4
6b - spins ! add plugs,fresh gas, try to start


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Thank you so much. Yes it is a gas.
How much do I put in each time? 
Is a ounce to much?
Do I need to worry about getting acetone fumes getting into the crank case?
Or does the ATF stabilize it enough.

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