That would also explain the heat if the transmission was working against itself. We were using a 4430 to pull another wagon same size and I made it a point to feel how hot the trans was on it and you could hold your hand on it all day just a little warm. I could have cooked an egg on the torque divider on the 7520. Should I mess around with the high & low range shifter or does that just make more trouble since the cables are old. I had read somewhere that if you don't need to use the high & low just to leave it alone.
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