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  1. #1
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    Kubota L2500

    Default Shifting

    Is it okay to shift on a 1999 kubota L2500 from 3rd(high) to 4th(high) while in motion?
    Will it burn out a gear?

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    Silver Member jfay's Avatar
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    Northeast MA
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    1996 Grand L3300, 1963 Farmall 140

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    Yes it is ok. The GST is designed to shift on the fly. Just let off on the pedal and shift at low RPMs to reduce the stress.
    Kubota Grand L 3300, with Woods 165 loader, Kubota 4530 backhoe (restored), JD 660 Tiller, Woods M-5 mower, Ferguson A-B0-22 7 ft disc harrow, Meyer snow plow
    Farmall 140 with cultivators, double bottom plow
    5 acre CSA

  3. #3
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    Virginia
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    kubota m5700

    Default Re: Shifting

    I think you are talking about a gear transmissiom but it doesnt matter you can shift on the fly without hurting anything.

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