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    1025r transmission question

    Noticed when I fire up the rig and go to put it in gear, sometimes it slide right in and some times I have to slightly tap either the forward or reverse pedal to feather it in. Is that normal ? It's not a big deal and there is no grind. When it doesn't engage, I slightly tap the pedal and very lightly push the stick to engage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Firemark View Post
    Noticed when I fire up the rig and go to put it in gear, sometimes it slide right in and some times I have to slightly tap either the forward or reverse pedal to feather it in. Is that normal ? It's not a big deal and there is no grind. When it doesn't engage, I slightly tap the pedal and very lightly push the stick to engage.
    Yup, completely normal.
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    Tap dancing the pedal becomes second nature in no time. Gears are randomly stopping tooth over tooth. If you have luck like mine in life you will have to do it 99% of the time! Like every time I turn on the TV or radio I hit a commercial!
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