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Even though battery meter is showing full voltage, does not mean the batteries are necessarily capable of propelling the scooter. Have you had the batteries capacity tested? When you press the throttle does it beep or flash to indicate a fault? Is the solenoid brake clicking is it making any noise at all?
Leave aside all the puffery about 3-1 and such, you described a front wheel drive (pull) walk-behind (FWD), but are asking why the rear wheels won't propel. When you push down the hand grip the front wheels should spin free. Whan you lower from wheels by releasing pressure on hand grips, turning wheels lowered to ground should propel the mower along with its unpowered rear wheels now turning be ground contact. Reminder, never, ever lift rear drive wheels of any mower off the ground while walking behind with engine running:
You could be struck by blade propelled object.
You could pull mower and spinning blade backward onto your feet.
You could lose balance and be pulled forward in a fall.
Contemporary FWD mowers are recognized by a black chain housing on deck top leading from engine to left front of deck. RWD propelling chains are situated underneath deck so cannot be seen from above.
I may can help. First, sit down and sip on a cold one. (coke,beer,ice tea,ect). Please send me model of unit including all options. I will research unit & reply ASAP. Maybe just a bad connection internally.
Slow? Depends on what you are pulling? Is it just the truck itself? Or are you trying to pull a backhoe? The only thing you will disconnect on the transfer case is the propeller shaft, and it will run fine, but I don't think you will gain anything by it. The transfer case does nothing till it is engaged, it doesn't even spin, the power goes through to the rear, untill you put it in 4 wd, Hope this helps.