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I haven't been on here most of the summer, just too busy with other things. Gotta question.I've got an 855 JD and it want's to creep back when the pedals are in the neutral position. I'm sure its a simple adjustment, but everything is hard to see under the seat and down underneath. I got an owners manual with it when I bought it last summer, but not a tech manual. It's a great unit with a #70 loader on it and with just over 1000 hours it still looks almost like new.

I searched around on the net but didn't come up with anything. I looked in the archives here but didn't come up with anything, either.

Probably looking in the wrong place. I know someone is going to say, 'get a manual', but this is the only problem I've had with it. Thanks a lot. The true test of skill is when you can put something back together and it works. Not the dusty half disassembled pile of junk in the corner. I also have an 855. I had some work done on it I couldn't do myself and one of the things the dealer did was replace some bolts, pins, and tighten up some of the linkage to the forward, reverse peddles.

It made input to make moves a lot more sensitive. Seems everything is under the right foot board right there by the peddles.

With the foot board off it is easier to reach most of the linkage and joints in the linkages easily enough. == What kind of things will happen if I down load the software to down load the tec manual in the link?? Will I get a bunch of e-mail stuff, or pop up adds I don't want to bother with?? Things like that can go along with free down loads a lot of times. I haven't been on here most of the summer, just too busy with other things. Gotta question.I've got an 855 JD and it want's to creep back when the pedals are in the neutral position. I'm sure its a simple adjustment, but everything is hard to see under the seat and down underneath.

I got an owners manual with it when I bought it last summer, but not a tech manual. It's a great unit with a #70 loader on it and with just over 1000 hours it still looks almost like new. I searched around on the net but didn't come up with anything.

I looked in the archives here but didn't come up with anything, either. Probably looking in the wrong place. I know someone is going to say, 'get a manual', but this is the only problem I've had with it. Thanks a lotUse the manual jakenbake refers to. The issues with manuals like the link posted above is Deere holds the copyrights to their manuals and take the copyright very seriously.

Generally when there are links like that posted they are dead within a couple weeks. Once Deere's legal team asks them to remove the document. There are a couple manuals that are widely available online that Deere seems to not care about but for the most part they keep a tight lid on the manuals. My suggestion on taking the panels off was based on experience.

I have found sometimes if I spend 30 mins removing a couple panels I learn a lot more about the overall machine AND I might be able to solve the problem without much extra effort. Glad you were able to get it fixed and found a manual. The true test of skill is when you can put something back together and it works. Not the dusty half disassembled pile of junk in the corner. The issues with manuals like the link posted above is Deere holds the copyrights to their manuals and take the copyright very seriously.

Generally when there are links like that posted they are dead within a couple weeks. Once Deere's legal team asks them to remove the document. There are a couple manuals that are widely available online that Deere seems to not care about but for the most part they keep a tight lid on the manuals. My suggestion on taking the panels off was based on experience. I have found sometimes if I spend 30 mins removing a couple panels I learn a lot more about the overall machine AND I might be able to solve the problem without much extra effort. Glad you were able to get it fixed and found a manual.

I know what you mean by digging in to see how everything works and that is a good suggestion, but this is my snow removal tractor, and while the temps have been pretty nice the last couple days, it was pretty chilly when I made my request and I was working in the cold, so I was just looking for a the easiest way to do it. I have restored two 430's, a 455, and a couple of F525's, a 316, 400, 112, 60 and a 70 to go yet, so I'm pretty familiar with John Deere's, but wasn't sure about this one. Thanks Here's part of my stable. Almost all Deere CUT's with hydro's have a version of this setup. A spring keeps tension on the lever with the bearings riding in the 'V' If the bearings get dry or fail they will not freely allow everything to go back to neutral (botton of 'V') My F525 has a similar eccentric on the hydro for an adjustment. Electra Glide Classic Service Manual. I adjusted the rod going from the pedal to the hydro and it's still not quite right, but I found the eccentric under there today, but didn't have time to adjust it.

Tomorrow maybe. Thanks to everyone for their help!!