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I mow with my 1948 8N as I have for the past few years. But when I mowed about a week ago, the tractor acted like is was under a heavy load. I disconnected the pto to the mower and nothing changed. It would only go about 1/2 as fast as it usually does, and was especially tough for it to move in reverse. It is almost like the brakes are locked on it, but they are not.
Any ideas would be appreciated.
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