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Old 05-12-2005, 10:50 AM
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line lock button

do you have to hold button down for linelock to work, or is a push once to lock, a second time to unlock, yea i dumb.

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Old 05-12-2005, 10:57 AM
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Depends what type of switch you want to use. If you used a push button that worked like a horn or starter button, you would have to hold the button to keep the solenoid activated.

I use a simple toggle switch. It is either on or off.

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line lock

The Hurst line lock comes with a button you have to hold in. It is mounted on the shifter shaft. You can buy an optional shifter knob that has the button built in.
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Id prefer a momentary (hold in button) for safety reasons.

But there are plenty of people out there who are smarter than me who feel comfortable with switch type buttons.
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after about taking out the tree (the first time i used one),i prefer a momentary.....
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