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PostSubject: john deere 175 mud bogger   Tue Aug 04, 2015 6:16 pm

I have a john deere 175 it has a reversed transmission in so whenever I try to put in a forward gear it goes backwards vise versa bu does anybody know how to fix this and another thing is it safe for me to run a bike brake to the carb without the governor? Thanks
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PostSubject: Re: john deere 175 mud bogger   Wed Aug 05, 2015 12:59 pm

I personally wouldn't run a bike brake if it were to the carb without a governor. I feel like they are cheesy and i don't like how they push down instead of forward like the clutch/brake pedal. I always make custom gas pedals for all my tractors. But, i guess that's all personal preference.


And with the trans-axle. I guess at some point someone had it apart and put the gear-sets in the wrong way. You will probably have to tear the tranny out and fix it.
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PostSubject: Re: john deere 175 mud bogger   Thu Aug 06, 2015 6:55 am

Ya when I bought it they had said the Trans axle didnt work so thats why they gave me that one and another chassis and engine for 25 bucks the other chassis didng have a transaxle
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PostSubject: Re: john deere 175 mud bogger   Sat Aug 08, 2015 11:18 am

is your tranny or motor the ones that original came with the mower cuz I believe someone made this one motor that stun the other way them most motors its that or your tranyy was put together wrong
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PostSubject: Re: john deere 175 mud bogger   Sun Aug 09, 2015 4:05 pm

I wouldn't doubt the tranny is put together wrong. I did that to both my 930 and my 820. And both of them were re installed before I found out they were backwards. That's also why you spin you input shaft a few times and check all the gears before you put it back in the tractor.
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PostSubject: Re: john deere 175 mud bogger   Mon Aug 10, 2015 12:14 pm

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is your tranny or motor the ones that original  came with the mower cuz I believe someone made this one motor that stun the other way them most motors its that or your tranyy was put together wrong

its all original but now i have to take the trans axle out and fix it some times i feel like this
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PostSubject: Re: john deere 175 mud bogger   Sun Aug 30, 2015 2:02 pm

i agree with Lmm the bike brake handles are cheesy, and they don't seem like they will last long as a real gas pedal made out of 3/16th thick steel. also id leave the governor on just so you don't blow up your engine
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PostSubject: Re: john deere 175 mud bogger   Sun Aug 30, 2015 7:31 pm

is your belt twisted my brother did that before
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PostSubject: idk what to do   Wed Sep 09, 2015 9:27 am

well guys i think im just gonna sell it i cant get the tranny out cause its rusted so im gonna sell it for 100 dollars i think or trade it to my best friend for a square body green craftsman thanks for the help guys. either that or i will pulley swap it but idk how to do that... i guess i will try that but if it doesnt work i will have a new space in my garage.
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