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I at times had problems with my previous tractor not always stopping as quickly as I wanted, it was a Kubota. I actually disconnected the damper on it. That helped some. My opinion after studying the linkage on the Kubota and it appears Deere is similar, that the less you have the pedal depressed, the slower it returns. Its just the way the return spring works. If you are in low range and have the pedal most of the way down, the spring is stretched more and returns harder.

The Kubota had the brake pedal on the right while the Deere is on the left, a much better setup. I'm just getting the habit of having my foot near the brake when I want to stop right away.
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