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drive problem with Simplicity Landloard 3410

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I have Simplicty landlord 3410, approx 72/73 and cannot use 2d or 3rd gear when going up an incline of any degree. The tractor will not move. It will move in 1st gear. On flat land can use 2d & 3rd. Appears to be a transmission problem.?? Need ideas on what to consider. Can I get the trans rebuilt? Sould I look for a used one? Buy a new one? Is it difficult to replace? Is it a repair shop job? Any help appreciated. Pang in central Illinois.

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BLT
Check your springs that control your clutch lever. They get tangled up and loose the their pulling capacity. I untangled mine this spring and what a difference.

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goatfarmer
I agree with Bob and Kent.One other thing to check is to make sure the clutch linkage isn't binding,and is releasing all the way.My 3410 acted the same way,'til I freed up the linkage.

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pang
Thanks to those who replied to my question. Fiddled with the clutch linkage and adjusted the clutch spring and low and behold it was not the transmission as I had originally thought. You saved me time & greif and maybe money. Thanks for the input and sending me in the right direction.

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