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  1. #11
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    Default Re: Lazy Hydro Pedal

    I used Fluid Film on the sticky linkages on my CK30, helped alot, seems to stick around and not dry up. If you search on lawnsite.com there was a dealer there "dano50" that sent out free samples. Although I have not seen him post in a while.

    Fluid Film? | Corrosion Preventative, Lubricant and Rust Inhibitor
    Jim

    - '01 Husqvarna W4814- 48" walk behind lawn mower.
    - '04 John Deere Z-Trac 727A- 54" ZTR
    - '13 Kioti DK40 HST - KL401 loader, DK40 72" QA bucket, LK3054 60" QA bucket, toothbar for 60" bucket, dual rear remotes, 7ft 6 way rear blade, 78" ETA Box Blade, Woods BH-90x backhoe, loaded rear tires, Kioti Canopy.

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    Veteran Member Steve_Miller's Avatar
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    Default Re: Lazy Hydro Pedal

    All of the above, does your pedal stick with the range selector in the neutral position? I'm trying to determine if you have the same problem I have.

    Thanks
    Steve

  3. #13
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    Default Re: Lazy Hydro Pedal

    Quote Originally Posted by Steve_Miller View Post
    All of the above, does your pedal stick with the range selector in the neutral position? I'm trying to determine if you have the same problem I have.

    Thanks
    Steve
    Steve, mine did react slow in neutral also before I lubed things up. But it never really stuck, it was just slow reacting. Maybe we dont have the same problem.

  4. #14
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    Default Re: Lazy Hydro Pedal

    mine is a little slow as well, I think I will crawl under her n see what she needs

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    Default Re: Lazy Hydro Pedal

    I too have the same problem. I have tried wd-40 and w. l. grease. I lube it about once a month. It can get scary when using the loader in close quarters.

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    Default Re: Lazy Hydro Pedal

    With 47 hours on my machine I have still have issues with a lazy pedal. Lube works for a short time but seems to come and go. My first service is schedule next month (June) and the service truck has been told to look into it.

    It makes working some detail work difficult, but it s not sticking just not consistant in its return.

    I'll advise what the mechanic does.

    Geo
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    Scenery Hill Turkey Farm

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    Default Re: Lazy Hydro Pedal

    I also had mine looked at during the 50 hour service, they had also noticed it.
    They lubed it, and now I notice that as long as the tractor is not under torque load it seems to return fine, but anytime the tractor is under load it returns very slowly.
    Is that how it should be working?

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    Default Re: Lazy Hydro Pedal

    I have 70 hours on my 235. The pedal is still sticking, even though I have lubed it often. My dealer says I am the only one to ever complain of this problem! Hope somebody finds a fix for this problem as it seems Bobcat does not acknowledge that there is a problem

  9. #19
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    Default Re: Lazy Hydro Pedal

    Quote Originally Posted by leveller View Post
    I have 70 hours on my 235. The pedal is still sticking, even though I have lubed it often. My dealer says I am the only one to ever complain of this problem! Hope somebody finds a fix for this problem as it seems Bobcat does not acknowledge that there is a problem
    I have not expeirenced this "Lazy foot pedal" but try MMO I use it on other things. It does not wear down/off like WD-40 other than that ????.
    Well hopefully someone that gets a answer will post it unlike the Relief valve syndrome on the 2series a few threads back that caught my eye as I do like answers even if I do not have the problem now.

    MarvelMysteryOil the Red bottle!

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    Default Re: Lazy Hydro Pedal

    had to take my ct235 in at 300 hours for warranty work, and the small relief cylinder was bad, and some other parts.
    Bobcat CT235 with Deere Imatch, And a very bad addiction of attachments

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