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seems to me seat should be more to the left to access clutch pedal easier. is there a remedy for this, or a live with it quietly deal:censored: what's everyone else doing?
 

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You live with it, :)
 

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I can't speak to an Allis, but I have used a Farmall H with a M&W hand clutch while baling hay. I simply worked the hand clutch lever much like I would with a foot pedal, but the hand clutch would disengage the tractor movement while the pto remained in gear. It was as if the tractor had a live pto.
 

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thanks jim will just have to play with it some to get the hang of it. we're still getting to know each other:unsure:
The hand clutch is your friend on a WD series tractor! You need a longer left leg for the foot clutch! :) There are a couple things that could help. The seat can be moved over a few inches to the left with a plate added under the seat support/ seat. Also the foot clutch can be adjusted out ward to make it easier to reach if your not 6'-2" tall.
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Chris
 

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Hey Chris, where you been hiding? Hope all of your clan is well.
 
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