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    Platinum Member kcender's Avatar
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    GR2120 L45

    Default Re: GR2120 creeping

    Quote Originally Posted by whitetiger View Post
    Neutral adjustment is done with an eccentric bushing just inside of the left rear tire. It has a 12 or 13 mm head bolt that you loosen and a slot that you insert a large screwdriver into to turn slightly. Before you attempt to adjust neutral jack up and block drive wheels off the ground, front axle also on powered front axle models. All G and F series use this method. With unit running adjust until wheels do not turn in neutral, stroke pedal back and forth to double check.
    The eccentric on an F series is right behind the battery on right hand side.
    I know this thread is a bit old but I finally got around to trying this.Ever since my GR was new it would creep a little bit when letting off reverse.It never really bothered me but I thought I would look into this adjustment.It wasn't a big deal to do and now the tractor stops perfectly when letting off the pedal in either direction.The hardest part was getting all wheels off the ground at once and that wasn't really a big deal.I wouldn't have known about this if it was not for this thread.That is the great thing about TBN,all the knowledge that is available.

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    L5460 Kubota

    Default Re: GR2120 creeping

    Does anyone have a pic of the the location of this bushing, mine has a slight creep now also.

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    Default Re: GR2120 creeping

    Just found the page in the service manual. Should have looked before posting.

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    Gold Member Pete6114's Avatar
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    F2690 GR2120(Sold) L3240(sold) B1700(sold)

    Default Re: GR2120 creeping

    Quote Originally Posted by sandalwood View Post
    Just found the page in the service manual. Should have looked before posting.
    Great!. Now if you'd post a picture of the location of this bushing on here, folks without a service manual (me) will be thankful!

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    Default Re: GR2120 creeping

    Here you go.
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails GR2120 creeping-hst-jpg  

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    Gold Member Pete6114's Avatar
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    F2690 GR2120(Sold) L3240(sold) B1700(sold)

    Default Re: GR2120 creeping

    Quote Originally Posted by sandalwood View Post
    Here you go.
    Thanks!

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