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Old 1 Week Ago   #1
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Default L2002DT-New to me..What do all the levers do? Japanese labels!

Hi all,

Drew here in Chatsworth GA. Well, the Mrs. wanted a tractor, We found it. And now we got it-Both barrels. I got a few of the Levers figured out, the former owner ran through the basics with me, (If you could understand Forrest Gump on a HUGE hit of Meth- While the tractor is running in my ear) I know the Lift-3 point hitch in the back location and operation, Hooking up the PTO to the Bush hog or other stuff (We also got a Bunch of accessories in the deal) the Gears, PTO (and thanks to the site and the well explained PTO info someone posted-HUGE Kudos to you sir/madam-I owe you a case of your favourite Barley/hops maker)

But I am really baffled on a few. Like How to get her in 4WD? Our Pasture is designated swamp after a good rain. The only thing that never got stuck was my Jeep Wrangler -But sold her after 500,000 miles! (no kidding)... What is the best setting to use while Bush hogging and Finish mowing with 2 sets of Gear settings are some to avoid?

Once I can get "ed-ju-fa-cated"- I will be over laying the labels with my own. be it duct tape or a well printed label from the Laser printer- all the Hieroglyphics ain't cool when you are in the "SHTF" mode, and you need to do something fast. So Thanks in advance. If there is a Grey Model expert near Murray Co. GA, I'd love to talk to you! Appreciate this site more than I can say! ( I'll post photos of "Marianne" as my wife and I named the tractor- It's just like my Mom in law- Nice, smoke a bit, a tad sluggish ,has not flipped over dead yet.
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Default Re: L2002DT-New to me..What do all the levers do? Japanese labels!


Should be the same/similar to the L275


Sent you a PM with a link to some manuals.
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Default Re: L2002DT-New to me..What do all the levers do? Japanese labels!

I don't know if something like this manual would help, but here is a link:

https://gitlab.com/lictoikilryoplov/...-Manual-mons92
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Default Re: L2002DT-New to me..What do all the levers do? Japanese labels!

Welcome to the forum. I have no answers to your questions!

You mentioned,"I'll post photos of "Marianne" as my wife and I named the tractor- It's just like my Mom in law- Nice, smoke a bit, a tad sluggish ,has not flipped over dead yet." With this sense of humor you'll get along fine on this forum, so when you get the information you're looking for stick around!
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