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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 03-31-2009, 07:41 AM Thread Starter
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Our tractor has some wheel problems, and became dangerous. A family member gave us a Belarus 525. If we can ever figure it out, it's gonna be GREAT. Trying to fix the driveway with a spreader box, I lost gears. I can hear it going into gear, but it doesn't pull. It will pull in 5th gear, and only 5th gear. There is some kind of safety clutch on it. Since it was a gift, we have no owners manual. I can't figure it out. If anyone has an idea about how to make that Russian thing work, I'd love to get some help.
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Well, I guess it's good to know that I am not alone. If you guys don't have any ideas, I don't feel so lost. The Belarus company is very helpful and friendly, so I'll have to run this by them. I prefer the talk around The Garage, but there are some things that must be out of our reach. Thanks All.
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its been about 11 years since i touched a belarus. i think theres a some sort of high low kick out thats interlocked with the seat or something. i would check all the fuses and any interlock or safety switches, like under the seat,pto,or clutch.

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Thanks, man, I didn't think anyone had ever heard of a Belarus. You were kinda right. We called the shop in Arkansas. The guys there are great. Everytime I talk to them, it sounds like they just heard a good punch line. When I explained the problem, the guy kinda laughed and said the tractor was in "no man's land." It was stuck between high and low. He explained how to slap the shifter (between my legs) either forward or backward for high or low. Of course, he was right and the tractor is going great. I'm glad, the driveway was more like a skidder trail, than a driveway. All of that is improving now. Thanks again for your help, and if anyone else has one of these, I hope this helps.
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I've seen those tractors before, as well as a combine at the Farm Progress Show. Have only seen maybe 2-3 tractors being used on farms I've been to.

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The main place I load seed out of in IA has three. The're different for sure, I think Minesota was the only place they could get parts .

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for what they were they were a hell of a tractor. jsut couldnt get parts and the motor had a tendency to burn pistons when pulling really really hard.

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I see several around here, baling hay and mowing mainly. I don't think they get worked very hard, mostly just small farms that probably don't roll up more than 200 bales a year.

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i forgot about that... we have a case 856 that does the same thing it gets hung up between 3 and 4 when you try to speed shift it. lol

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we had to put a clutch in a Belarus for a guy at work a while back. the new clutch Belarus sent us didn't fit the flywheel. we argued with them for a while about whether or not it was the right one, and they finally just sent us a new flywheel that would fit the clutch they had sent

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