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No need to tie the tractor

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PostPosted: Thu Dec 19, 2019 9:18 pm    Post subject: Re: No need to tie the tractor Reply to specific post Reply with quote

it had to get fuel to start from somewhere . I have
one tractor that has a manual shutoff on the throttle
and one that the fuel shutoff is an electric solenoid
some have a pull cable. I guess it?s not impossible
for someone to leave the key on or the fuel shutoff
turned on but no matter what it should not be able
to move far enough to take the backlash out of the
gears let move far enough to think about starting. I
give the ytdot a lot of crap but if you don?t know how
to tie something down you better learn how to much
at risk to take any chances on something like that.
 
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