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Old 5 disc j-d disk tiller

I have a 5 disc j-d disk tiller with a "dog" handle to lift it up for transprt on its 3 wheels. the front left wheel is supposed to do the "Lift". However, when i get that wheel off the ground by lifting the tiller with my tractor loader, that whhel just freewheels, theres no catch or click that would indicate action.
could it be that the internal lift arrest latch is "frozen" somehow?

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SOURCE: My John Deere 2010 tractors lift does not work.

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The hydraulics on a 2010 are part of the transmission oil system. There is a bolt looking plug on the right side of the transmission, about half way up, about where your feet rest when your foot is not on the brake. Fill up the transmission until the oil is level with the top of the hole and is about to run out. Using HyGuard hydraulic/transmission oil or one that meets the same spec for the 2010.

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Part of the blower when new and first installed was a
1) pivot bar
2) lift link from blower to pivot
3) lift link from pivot to center of the tractor

the pivot was to be installed on a pre-made bracket on the frame just inside the front grille. A hole in the front part of the frame allowed the longer lift link to attach to that bar and go to the center of the tractor. Those two pieces remain on the tractor as permanent, and the lift link from the blower to the pivot bar to be removed or installed as you intend to use the blower. If you have purchased the blower used, the original tractor it was installed on still has those pieces on it. Your local Deere dealer can provide the pieces if needed.

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SOURCE: I have an LX178 tractor

Hi,
The clutch is engaging, but it cannot turn the pulley, so the engine bogs down....

No, I don't think it is a clutch problem... it sounds more like you have a bering out on one of the mower deck blades, or the belt has jumped off and is pinched... at any rate the belt is not able to turn so it bogs the engine down...
To find the problem, you will probably need to remove the mower deck, then take the cover off over the belt and then check out all of the blade and idler pulleys to make sure that they all turn easily...you will find one that is frozen up....

BTW... you should be able to spin the belt...with the engine off....grab the belt and check it out....

heatman101

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