Posted by Duane Kaufman on July 08, 2013 at 09:25:25 from (220.127.116.11):
Hello All, I thought I would ask on this board, rather than assume I know what is wrong with my 445, deferring to the greater knowledge-base present. Yesterday I was mowing with my 445, and put the tractor in reverse and left out the clutch. When I pressed the clutch in again to stop, the tractor kept going, but I was able to pop it out of gear to stop it. Pressing on the clutch now has a vibration to it, and it does not seem to disengage (I have to start the tractor in gear if I want to move it). I am assuming the clutch throwout bearing has failed, but wanted others to weigh in. Thanks, Duane
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