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Re: Engaging reverse gears on Toro Power Shift 824
#1   Jan 7, 2006 8:29 pm
Steve_Cooley wrote:
Additionally, I find that during operation the chute tends to vibrate out of position causing me to periodically reach over and rotate it back to the desired position. I looked in the manual for any instruction on adjusting the chute or other advice but there was nothing there except describing how to rotate the chute.

Right - my '90 824 does that too. I'd love to find some friction device to limit free rotation a bit.

And I agree with the previous response - backing up 2-handed would be more awkward and releasing the hand that's on the machine does stop it.

Cheers.
Norm
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