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New trans now it goes fast but cannot pul backwards

I replaced the belt with a 33? auto belt. Installed a new transmission. When started it is in gear and goes very fast. Problem is it stays in gear and I cannot pull it backwards without raising front wheels. Is my belt to short? Thx jw

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Probably. Always try to use manufacturer belts as they are designed and sized for the application. Length is not all that matters.

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