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    Pto reverse !!!!!!!!!!!! RIO activated with snow blower

    PUT on the blower for the first time OMG that dam reverse shut off , what's the best over ride ????
    thank you
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    The hitch should have a plug on it to connect to the tractor, that will disable the RIO. This is of course if by "blower" you mean a front mounted 47 or 54 snowblower.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kennyd View Post
    The hitch should have a plug on it to connect to the tractor, that will disable the RIO. This is of course if by "blower" you mean a front mounted 47 or 54 snowblower.
    THANK YOU after posting I went outside and plugged in the sensor for the front pto
    life just got a whole lot better !!!!!!!!
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    If that didn't work there's always this.......

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1st1026r View Post
    PUT on the blower for the first time OMG that dam reverse shut off , what's the best over ride ????
    thank you
    Seeing you have a 1026R, if you do a search on the site for RIO bypass, you will find how a small wire on the backside of the RIO switch plug will eliminate all of the heartache when mowing, as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ErikR View Post
    If that didn't work there's always this.......

    At least is still assure a market for wooden clothes pins. I wonder how many people under the age of 25 even know what that is supposed to be used for?

    It's not like you see many clothes lines and people using them in our area, anyways.........

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    Quote Originally Posted by SulleyBear View Post
    At least is still assure a market for wooden clothes pins. I wonder how many people under the age of 25 even know what that is supposed to be used for?

    It's not like you see many clothes lines and people using them in our area, anyways.........
    Good point. Of course that can be said about many things. How things have changed, some to the good and some not so much.

    If you are in business in today's world, you better stay alert to the changing trends and technology or you will find yourself out of business.

    I assume the companies that made wooded clothes pins are either out of business or they evolved into making something else.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SulleyBear View Post
    At least is still assure a market for wooden clothes pins. I wonder how many people under the age of 25 even know what that is supposed to be used for?

    It's not like you see many clothes lines and people using them in our area, anyways.........
    Thank you very much that's a GREAT idea

    the members on this site r full of interesting things and good ideas
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    Quote Originally Posted by SulleyBear View Post
    At least is still assure a market for wooden clothes pins. I wonder how many people under the age of 25 even know what that is supposed to be used for?

    It's not like you see many clothes lines and people using them in our area, anyways.........
    At least what you are using is a high tech clothespin.

    How many do you think would know what THIS is?

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    Quote Originally Posted by John Deere 1025R TLB View Post
    Seeing you have a 1026R, if you do a search on the site for RIO bypass, you will find how a small wire on the backside of the RIO switch plug will eliminate all of the heartache when mowing, as well.
    Early 1025Rs too.

    When did they change over to make it harder to do this elegant bypass?
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