Originally Posted by bobcatuser
Why would you have to hold the button for ride control? I have never had a reason to turn it off on my machine.
I like having it on and off. Sometimes I don't want it on. Using the hammer, and some other attachments. The CAT machines it is turned on and off related to the speed of the machine. I like having total control of it. The CASE machine has it on a trigger on one of the controls. Easy to hold when you want it. The newer CASE machines has a switch on and off. I would rather not have it like that. I like the trigger control.