I don't know if it'll help you or not,but I've been having a heck of a time with that 7300 combine. I've come to the conclusion that they rust to the splines and won't slide away. I was having to slow the variable speed all the way down then start it in gear. If I was lucky it would stop with the VS all the way down. About the second time or so that I stopped to unload I noticed that it would stop with the pedal half way down and start creeping if I pushed it all the way. By the end of the day,it was FINALLY stopping and shifting right without any grinding with the pedal all the way down. So maybe if you just keep stopping and starting over and over it'll shine up the splines. Try the half way down thing and see what happens.
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