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Those choppers can be a bugger to move. Maybe when new they slid easily, but 30 years of use and abuse can compound your effort. Best thing is to clean the track and grease the bearing surfaces. Then you can wiggle it back/forth into position with a little effort + pry bar.

Was never a big fan of the contemporary JD machines, but they got it right when they set up their choppers with that rack and pinion affair to move them fore and aft!
 
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