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  1. #1

    Join Date
    Dec 2001
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    Prior Lake, MN
    Tractor
    NH 1925

    Default 1925 Kill switch

    The kill switch/lever on my 1925 sometimes is hard to pull up and stop the engine after periods of non-usage. I've lubricated everything, but yesterday, I pulled too hard and now have the orange handle with about 4 inches of rod and that's where the cable broke off. Is this easy to replace? Wonder if it is time to order the shop manual?

  2. #2
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    Jul 2003
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    MN
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    Ford 960, 7700, TW20, 1720; IHC H, 300; Ollie S77

    Default Re: 1925 Kill switch

    I've not done it, but I think getting a new one from NH, and replacing the old one would not be too difficult? My 1720 had electric fuel pump, I'm surprised the 25 series is manual.

    Went through PL on the 29th - small world.

    --->Paul

  3. #3

    Join Date
    Dec 2001
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    Location
    Prior Lake, MN
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    NH 1925

    Default Re: 1925 Kill switch

    Picked up the new one over the lunch hour....main question is how do I access the back of the unit, so that I can remove the old jam nut and atach the new one? I'm not too concerned about attaching the linkage. By the way, replacement part was $27 and dealer had it in stock.

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