Discussion in 'UPS Discussions' started by rocket man, Aug 22, 2009.
I have a p700 and its a 4 speed can any one help me/? I DONT KNOW THE GEAR PATTERN . help help.
**** you rocket man
I took care of it for you, CD.
Well Rocket, since it's a 4 speed then the gear pattern would be from 1'st to 2'nd to 3'rd to 4'th. Does that help any?
oh thank you thank you BUT WHAT ABOUT THE OTHER 3 GEARS AND WHAT DOSE THE R STAND FOR im really glad your here id be lost..oohhh
R is for race as far as I know. And you are very welcome...........I am here to help.
ive lost 3 gears and i cant get up.
R Stands for Rocketman! What else would it be?
Do you need crutches, darlin? I have an extra pair.
Now i have a gas gauge problem e dose that mean enough and f mean finshed/?
You are ok as long as you don't get E and F at the same time. That means you are screwed. In other words you are F****
When you develop a tailpipe problem, I'm outta here!!!!
There room for you behind this here fence. I'll share.
and I will be nice and play fair too.
**** you rocketman
ive never even seen a 7 speed tractor, we dont even have them yet, and im suppose to know the gear pattern?
and me not knowing the gear PATTERN= me not knowing you have to put the truck in gear to move it?
makes no sense at all
He's talking about a pkg car, and trust me, you wouldn't want to drive a p700. You would never be the same again.
THERES no way you are a driver.
im a driver whos never seen a 7 speed
im wondering if the gear pattern is |-|-| or |-|
simple question, and i dont think its a stupid one, and if u did u could of kept your mouth shut
u act like theres no a wide variety of gear patterns out theree
you almost hurt my feelings but those who know me know i have none.
And P is for pass
On a somewhat related point......has anyone ever used 1st gear in a pkg car? I don't think in my 25 years that I used it more than twice. And that was by accident.
Heck, my use of the clutch was limited to starting and stopping a lot of the time. Hard to believe that some drivers first experience with a manual transmission is behind the wheel of a UPS vehicle. I learned to drive and took my drivers license test with a manual transmission.
OK, so I'm older than dirt. But, by that definition, I'm betting so are a lot of you.
I also rarely if ever used 1st gear.
Your point about today's drivers not being able to operate a standard transmission vehicle is a good one and reminds me of when I was teaching my kids to drive. I had a Saturn with a standard and would take them to the parking lot at UPS on the weekend and let them practice and both are very comfortable driving a standard but both prefer automatics.
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