The engine generally stops in the same couple of places when it shuts down so one or two areas of the ring gear are usually worn much more than others. Pull your starter out and look at the ring gear as you turn the engine over by hand. You should see those couple of bad/worn spots and determine if the ring gear is the problem. If you see no bad spots it could also be caused by a loose ring gear that is spinning on the flywheel. Cheap and easy fix for that is with the starter out weld the ring gear to the flywheel with about 4 good tacks at 90, 180, 270 and 360 degrees. You MUST follow a certain grounding procedure to do this so you don't wreck your main bearings in the engine. If you don't know how ASK! Otherwise if the ring gear is bad in a few places the only way to fix it is to split the tractor - which really is not a hard job.
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