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I have a 1525 cub cadet and when I back-up it shuts the blades off ( I realize this is a safety issue) but I want to know how to disconnect it because I do not like it. Can anyone help me with this?

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  • spring_brian Apr 09, 2011

    I dont have that I my mower and I know there is a wire that I can cut to disconnect the back-up safety, if anyone has any ideas let me know. Thanks

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Before you go further, look at the ignition switch. Most now have a position that allows the blades to remain engaged in reverse. Check your owner's manual. You may not need to go to a lot of trouble for nothing. Please post back if needed.
Best regards, --W/D--

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