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    Rutland, VT area
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    1998 Kubota B1700

    Default HELP 1998 Kubota B1700 HST slips out of low range

    When I shift into low range, it does not feel like it goes all the way in. I have tried stepping on the HST pedal, no change. When I apply a small load, it pops right out. Fluid and clutch free play are fine. Any suggestions appreciated.

    1998, 17 hp, 430 hours

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    Platinum Member Zork's Avatar
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    Virginia
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    '04 Branson 3520, '51 Fergy, '96 MTD 18/46, '02 Craftsman GT5000/48

    Default Re: HELP 1998 Kubota B1700 HST slips out of low range

    Not good to diagnose without actually seeing it.Is there a stick or something catching or preventing full movement of the shifter? Is it bent? If not out of adjustment it might be the inner spring (ring/ retainer) on your shifting hub on the inner driven shaft itself. Just a thought. [img]/forums/images/graemlins/confused.gif[/img] [img]/forums/images/graemlins/grin.gif[/img]

  3. #3

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    1998 Kubota B1700

    Default Re: HELP 1998 Kubota B1700 HST slips out of low range

    There is nothing that I can see interfering with linkage. How is linkage adjusted? I don't see any threaded rod type of adjustment.

    What repair manual would I get for this tractor?

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