Adjust the forward and reverse motion control pedal stops to assure full travel of the hydrostatic transmission control without overtravel loads on control linkage.
 – Park machine safely.
 – Raise rear of machine and safely support frame.
 – Remove center closeout panel for access to transmission motion control eccentric adjuster. (See Remove and Install Center Closeout Panel in Section 90, Group 15.)
 – Remove locking pin (A) and washer securing motion control rod to hydrostatic transmission trunnion lever.
 – Remove hex bolt (B) securing rod to motion control cam. Retain washers (C) between rod end and cam.
 – Measure rod length (D) between rod end centers. Adjust rod length to specification if needed.
 – Install control rod to cam and secure with hex bolt through rod end, washers, and cam to nut.
 – Install control rod to transmission lever and secure with washer and locking pin.
 – Test for neutral creep and adjust as needed. (See Adjust Neutral Creep in this Group.)
 – Turn stop bolts (E) out until flush with end of captive nuts (F).
 – Remove M8 locknut (G) securing damper (H) to control arm. Remove damper from arm.
 – Rotate hydrostatic motion control arm rearward to limit of travel when shoulder bolt (I) contacts end of arm slot.
 – Hold control arm in full rearward position. Turn in reverse pedal stop bolt until bolt end contacts reverse pedal arm (J).
 – Rotate hydrostatic motion control arm forward to limit of travel when shoulder bolt (I) contacts end of arm slot.
 – Hold control arm in full forward position. Turn in forward pedal stop bolt until bolt end contacts forward pedal arm.
 – Install control arm damper and secure with M8 locknut (J). Tighten locknut to specification.
 – Install center closeout panel.
Ground speed based on fast idle at 3200 rpm, and 26×12:00-12 tires installed.
Check machine ground travel speed to make sure that transmission control arm has full range of motion.