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My 1025r has about 60 hours on it. Yesterday I was moving some pea stone and I noticed it is lacking power. Not a engine issue, it seems to be transmission related. The tractor won't spin the wheels. It use to. It seem like a valve opens and limits the power when I step down on the forward pedal. The hydrolics ( lift) seems fine. Fluid is full. I did the the 50 hour service 9 hours ago (51)

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Were you in high or low range?
 

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First question, same as above ^^^
Our 2320 won't always spin the tires. I would say it depends on the traction you have.
 

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Parking brake on? Or stuck on perhaps?
 

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Kennyd;151247[B said:
]Parking brake on?[/B] Or stuck on perhaps?
Who does that?.................:hide:
 

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Who does that?.................:hide:
A better question is "What does a JD parking brake have to do with stopping the tractor?" Sorry, couldn't resist - owner experience.
 

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A better question is "What does a JD parking brake have to do with stopping the tractor?" Sorry, couldn't resist - owner experience.
Oh yeah, right. :lol:
 

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Low gear, sandy soil, and NO parking brake. It use to spin the tires.

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Check/replace the fuel filter, there is one under the left rear fender as well. Inspect the air filter also.
 
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