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The travel lock is either in place keeping it from moving in transport or there is something wrong with the hydraulics. Look for a push button release. The other thing is the stabilizers have to be engaged
most of those type of equipment have inboard brakes in the axle tubes of the rear gear assembly i.e. follow your brake lines from the master cylinder to the rear axle assembly,the lines usually go in and to a caliper and another line comes out to a bleeder tip nipple ,some models are actually inside the axle tubes them selves requiring disassembly of the wheels ,axle tubes etc. until you get to the inboard rotors and calipers ,major work for such a minute ordeal this is done to keep the system protected believe it or not,i would obtain yourself a model repair manual if i were you or you could also go to jcb and ask them for a photo copy of the entire brake hydraulic system
Charge battery, start engine, then touch the small terminal on the altenator momentarily with a jumper lead from the hot terminal on the alt. Charge light should go out and batery should be getting a charge. why it does that i still can't figure it out, but it works!
if it is standard clutch and the weight is 8,550lbs w/converter and 8,430lbs with dry clutch and if equip with extendahoe pwer shuttle is 9,210lbs and dry clutch is 9,090lbs and those weights do not include front or rear buckets of backhoe and loader as this can vary because of the size of bucket equip with. hope this will help you. firstname.lastname@example.org