Yes. With engine off, pushed clutch in, and dragged tank backwards slowly, then dropped clutch, and it popped out of gear.
Use hand throttle when starting engine, and when setting idle. Pulling hand throttle all the way back shuts off engine.
I need to move the T-34 next week, and its been quite a while since I last drove it (by quite a while, I mean years).
Need some help/advice.
1) Batteries are good and connected.
2) Main power switch on passenger side is engaged.
3) Pre-oiler is run.
4) Hand pumped pressure to fuel...
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