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Transmission slips and bangs going down hill on my LT 1040.

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Did you find the problem with the rider slipping when going down hills, I have one that is doing the same thing, I changed the belts, but that still did not help. It does not do it going up hils in forward gear, or going up or down in reverse. Thanks Bob

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You have to adjust the tension on your belt, or if there is no adjustment you may need to replace the tension spring, or possibly the belt is worn to the point of excessive slipping.
GOOD LUCK.

Posted on Aug 24, 2011

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