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Hi Mike, thanks for the reply. Here is some more info based on your comments.
Don't think it is a issue with resting for the winter. Started doing this last year in the middle of the third haying season since puchase, but seems to be getting progressively worse. Noticed it when I back up to drop a bale. Would move to reverse, then leave it in neutral while tying, and then have a hard time getting it back in gear without grinding at pto speed. First two haying seasons this did not happen. Ended up having to drop to idle, put it in gear, then put it in low. If I put it in low first, then tried to set the gear speed, it would grind.
Now I note that it will even do it at times when just motoring around the equip area moving bales, etc at low speeds. Is getting worse. No slippage on clutch occurring that I can tell.
This post was edited by Hogleg at 06:54:58 05/06/13.
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