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I have a j.d. 440 crawler . it takes about 20 seconds after the clutch is released for it to travel. seems like it is not getting any oil to the drive. i have the forward and reverse shift on the left hand side. is there a oil filer or some thing to restrict oil flow

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That IS a problem, are there ANY noises,clicks, crunches, or slight jerking on the reverser lever? what about reverse mode,, same problem? there are 5 different clutch packs on that drivetrain, so we have to eliminate 1 by 1. ask this... does it loose power when moving, and under load?(main clutch) or when turning(steering clutches) or going from fwd to rev ,, and in each of the gears(trans.)

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