okay, i have another question about the 2810. can someone explain how a sychro shuttle transmission works....and how it makes using a loader more effecient. when do you need to use the clutch?
Re: synchro shuttle
The shuttle is on the streering column. It is a lever that moves forward and back. To go forward you engage the clutch and push the lever forward and reliese the clutch. to go in reverse you engage the clutch and move the lever back and release the clutch. It is synchronised in that you can be rolling forward or back and you can still put it in gear as long as you engage the clutch.
The trans speeds are determined by the Range( 3-speeds-not synchro) and trans gears(4-speeds-synchro)
They work very smooth and work good for fel work