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My 2 cents on this subject.... Ask yourself about the question of liability attached to having a control on a piece of machinery where the intent is to STOP the machine from moving forward when you release the pedal, yet it does not STOP for some measurable amount of time. I highly doubt the well-intended engineers at JD actually designed it to "wait a while and then stop" after you let your foot off the pedal. That is a liability suit waiting to happen!

I have the same experience as Herminator with my 2038R... I let my foot off the gas and the rear tires skid on the lawn/dirt.

For what its worth...

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Look at minute 9:40, when I switch pedals, this tractor has always been like this. If this is not right like I said, I'll have it looked at.
Look where at Minute 9:40?

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Mine stops abruptly in low. Much more gradual in high.


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”Abruptly”. That’s the word I would have used to describe my experience if I could have thought of it! My 2038R stops abruptly and sometimes skids the rear wheels when I take my foot off the gas in low gear.... right Herminator?

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