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JD L108 Pulling Problem
|Jeff||My JD L108 operates great for about 15 minutes then it want pull up a small incline I can let it sit for awhile will again moves ok then does it again. Seems to be when it gets hot. Could it be traction belt.
|Dale G. Basgall||Your problem may end up being the transaxle assembly, I have rean into several of those L-models doing that. Otherwise remove the transmission cooling fan and the transmission pulley and look inside the pulley shaft bore and see if the splines are damaged. Those transaxles are not serviceable.
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