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  1. #1
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    Default Diff Lock Use Iseki TX1510 4WD

    Can someone tell me very simply when Diff Lock should be used Thanks

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    Default Re: Diff Lock Use Iseki TX1510 4WD

    I use mine when the rear loses traction, one back wheel stationary and the other spinning, or when I think that loss of traction is likely to occur, before climbing a steep hill, pulling out a stump etc.
    However I use my Iseki on fairly steep ground and keep 4WD engaged all the time, otherwise in 2WD I would be spinning the rears every five minutes.

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    Default Re: Diff Lock Use Iseki TX1510 4WD

    Fantastic thank you even I can understand all that !!!

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