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Howdy Y'all.

I just spent well over half of my 18th birthday completing my K66 conversion on my LT180. Now, my only problem is the forward pedal makes the machine move backwards, and the reverse pedal moves it forward. It seems that the transmission is running the correct direction, the linkage just moves it backwards. Has anyone else ran into this small problem with their conversion?

Also: I have a hint for the conversion, I used G100 rims and hubs for an extra $100, instead of waiting for the G110 rims to show up.
 

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I can't help you with your question, but I just wanted to welcome you to the forum.

You will find lots of good stuff here and some great conversations.

Good luck with your machine.
 

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Get a picture of how the linkage from the pedals hooks up to the tranny. Maybe someone will have a suggestion.

I'm not familiar with that model, but if the linkage moves a lever on a shaft at the tranny end, you might be able to reverse the lever on the shaft so that it reverses the effect of the forward and reverse pedals.
 

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:Welcome1:

there are a couple different version of the K66. they use a different setup to determine direction. you need to modify your linkage so that it reverses it's direction so it can make the machien move the way you want. you would need to attach teh linkage from teh pedals to a pivot above the tranny that would make it push the lever for forward and pull it for reverse so it goes right. understand?
 

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If you have room, you could remove the arm from the transmission and make it face down toward the ground instead of up toward the seat. This would correct the problem.
 
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