Throttle Lever Moving

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nailsbeats

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Is there some king of tension adjustment for the throttle lever on my 1997- 763. I was hauling gravel and the machine was shaking when on concrete due to the steel tracks and weight, anyway this was causing the machine to throttle down, the lever was moving back on its own. There must be a simple adjustment. Anybody?
 

Tazza

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There is usually a spring on the bolt that holds the lever to the chassis. You should be able to tighten it a touch to fix that problem.
Hopefully its the same as other models.
 

skidsteer.ca

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There is usually a spring on the bolt that holds the lever to the chassis. You should be able to tighten it a touch to fix that problem.
Hopefully its the same as other models.
Snug up the 2 3/8 bolts that hold the lever to the frame. Worse case you may need to put some kinda shim in there.
ken
 

Fishfiles

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Snug up the 2 3/8 bolts that hold the lever to the frame. Worse case you may need to put some kinda shim in there.
ken
If tightening up the allen head screws don't do it , there are 3 metal wavey spring washers and a fiber washer that need to be replaced behind the allen headed screws and throttle arm , if it is all rusted around the throttle , this would probally be the case
 
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