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New Holland 1725
|Roger||I have a NH 1725, runs good, just started where it lost ground speed, second gear is faster than low. Was bush hogging & slowed down, ground speed only, like in low gear. Any suggestions, to check transmission do I need to get internal.
|sixbales||Maybe your clutch is slipping??
|Roger||How would I adjust the clutch?
|sixbales||The reason I mentioned your clutch is that a manual transmission does not slip. The only item in the drive train that slips is your clutch.
Do you have "free play" when you push in the clutch with your hand? Can you push it in 1-3" freely before you feel some engagement resistance?
Next question - When you let out the clutch, does it engage at the bottom or up high??
|scott||I adjusted the clutch on our 1725 N/H and stopped the slipage a week later it started slipping agin ?
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