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    Veteran Member tractorErnie's Avatar
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    Yanmars = Fx235- F255- FX335... branson 4220i tlb - hinomoto JF1 New Holland 7610 Branson 3510 tlb

    Default Re: japanese translations.

    Hi Mickey,
    I live almost on the other side of the world, this has been quite a transition and moving was very expen$ive.. !
    Fell free to call me anytime, my # is still active for a while, but the internet comes and goes all the time.
    I still have Yanmar fever....

    Ernie

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    Ernie...sorry to hear about the loss of your Dad. My condolensces.
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    Scotty Dive
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    guyd,
    Here is a really, really easy question for you. I also have a F22D - which direction (up or down) is the lever in when the tractor is in four-wheel drive mode?
    Thanks,
    Daryl
    Daryl G

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    yanmar 1110d ,fx28d

    Default Re: japanese translations.

    down is 4x4

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    Quote Originally Posted by runningbird View Post
    down is 4x4
    I have always suspected the opposite although I have never been able to confirm. In the picture below, is the current position truly in four-wheel drive mode?


    -photo-jpg
    Daryl G

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    Well that is interesting, and a picture is worth a thousand words. you are in 2wd in the picture. Both the F20 and fx22 that I had were the opposite. But the Writing shows is correct and your in 2wd in that position. Sorry to confuse you.

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    runningbird,
    Thanks for confirming. I was stationed in Japan for three years while in the Navy and although I can still count to 10 in their language, I was never able to learn to read or identify these characters.
    Daryl G

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    down is 2wd - annoyingly my difflock is a bit stiff to the 4wd lever, so if you press the difflock down, it drops out of 4wd just at the worst possible time.

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    Default Re: japanese translations.

    there should be a grease zert on the underside of those levers.

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    Zert is Nipple, amusingly, in the UK - and yes its greased.

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