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135 won't move
|alan||gears seem to shift fine, release of clutch throws hyd fluid inside of transmission but tractor stays in neutral. would water in the hyd fluid cause the clutch to stop working?
|alan||I fixed it. take the pto lever plate off and there is a large coupling that connects two shafts, that has a cotter pin through it. now if I just had brakes HA
|Scott||Transmission appears to work fine, but will only start with clutch in--even in neutral, when clutch is engaged the tractor doesn't move and the engine bogs down, almost stops. Could this have to do with the high/low compression adjustment on the dash? Suggestions?
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