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Jerking

Machine acts like brakes are grabbind when i take foot off of accelerator. Even though no brakes applied.
  • Posted 9 Mar 2020 03:08
  • Modified 9 Mar 2020 03:11 by poster
  • Discussion started by John_Stalvey
  • Georgia, United States
John Stalvey
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Hello John, hydrostatic transmissions often work that way - they are like the brake & accelerator all in one - i.e. they won't coast like a traditional auto or manual forklift. Scissorlifts & skidsteers work in a similar fashion.
  • Posted 12 Jan 2021 17:40
  • Reply by CharlesM
  • Victoria, Australia
Any help appreciated!

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