I am attempting to get my 4230 pushed/shoved into my work shop. Unfortunately it won't start so I can't steer it. Any good ideas on how I can make it so the front wheels will move freely. It is a front-wheel assist model.
I was thinking of disconnecting the steering hydraulic lines and using a coupler connecting them together so the fluid would flow in a curcuit.
I was also thinking of connecting a pair of hydraulic lines that I would connect to my MF 1135 which I am using as a mule to push teh JD into the workshop via the selective control valves on the MF but I don't want to screw thing us before I get a chance to rebuild the mototr that is so bad it won't start even with ether. No compression and only a smidgen of black smoke when I crank. I have a brand new correctly timed injector pump.