Not sure where to look for my answer.
My JD790 has a clutch that is jerky or sticky or something. Not sure how to describe it. It is almost impossible to let the clutch out with out the tractor jumping. Even letting the clutch out very slowly it grabs and the tractor surges making doing close up work very dangerous.
What can I do to stop this 18 year old tractor with only 200 hours on it stop having a catchy clutch. This can be dangerous if someone is working around the bucket to connect chains or what not. I should be able to let the clutch out slowly and have the tractor ease into motion, not jump into what ever direction I have the transmission in. Very frustrating to try to put a log on my sawmill and not plow into the sawmill. I have the throttle set to as low as it will go.