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I have a t9 560 nh on a 1039 parker grain cart. same as brent, unv, etc. When I disengage pto the connector in the folding auger bangs so loud I think it might fall off if I do it 20 more times. New Holland seems to think its normal and they don't have many ideas. Any one else have experience with this or know what might be going on? I think my pto stopping too fast, it needs to come to a rolling stop, not an instant stop.
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The smaller NH's have a brake on the PTO which you can over-ride/press button to keep the brake off and allow the PTO to slow naturally when using high inertia implements etc.
I would have thought the override button was also fitted on bigger machines as well?
 

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My tractor is brand new and so is cart. Pretty pathetic when new holland can't even figure it out. I asked two guys at dealer I KF thAts normal and no one got back to me. Brutal
 

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My tractor is brand new and so is cart. Pretty pathetic when new holland can't even figure it out. I asked two guys at dealer I KF thAts normal and no one got back to me. Brutal
Our new t9.450 does the same **** thing. Not sure where this button is to take brake off?
 

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The PTO control is something tractor manufacturers have gone so backwards on. With so many different types of equipment, so many different inertia loads and conditions it's impossible to make a "one type fits all applications" control. There are a dozen different ways to start a 2190 baler alone depending on if it's morning, evening, crop, if the plunger is plugged or the packer fingers are plugged. There are more variations in PTO controls then the foot clutch (or inching petal).
 

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I miss being able to feather on the pto with a leaver. It is a step backwards to have an electric switch IMO.
We have the same problem with shear pins on a 13" auger. Have to make sure tractor is at a dead idle before switching off the pto.
 
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