I have been in communication with a fellow Canuckistan (Canadian 'eh) about the anti-stall adjustment on the Cat B series, I was already shown how to adjust the injector pump and the relief valves for the loader/bucket, and I thought I would tackle the anti-stall. Before popping the cab, I took the machine for a spin with the hydraulic oil warmed up, no load on the front, just general back and forth, turning at idle on the driveway. I noticed from the first day I bought it, if I idle while moving forward and make a slow turn, it will come to almost a dead stop and I would have to "burp" the throttle a bit to get it to make the turn, either full left/right track or turning while in motion, it would stop unless I increased the throttle. I popped the cab, and located the main crossover adjustment screw. There is an "anti-tamper" cap on the end that looks like this, grab it with a pliers and give it a twist and give it a "love tap" it with a hammer: The adjustment bolt is on the right side (fuel filler side) there are 2 other adjustment screws on the left side, 1 for each pump, don't touch them. There is a 1/2" bolt, stick an Allen key into the threaded shaft, and hold it while you loosen the bolt, I backed out the threaded shaft 1 full turn,(counter clockwise) and held it while I turned the lock nut back in place. I did the same test I did previously, I noticed right away, the pilot control has a slightly "stiffer" feel to it, not enough to moan about, but just a little more. Second observation was, while I turned (at idle) the machine kept going at the idle speed while I turned, either with one track turning or slow turning, it didn't slow down. The lag time between forward and reverse has also changed at full throttle and as I was at WOT across the lawn, and started to turn to make slight course corrections, it was more responsive and the pilot controls "feel" was much better. I blended some compost and topsoil together and I could tell right away the Anti-stall was "tighter" and it took longer for it to kick in, I almost had it at an engine stall point, but I didn't want to be over dramatic on a Friday morning.