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Drives fine on level terrain start up a slight grade it stops,engage brakes nothing tractor goes backwards will not stop.

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When you go up a grade do you smell the belt burning (rubber burning smell) when it starts going backwards on you. It could be that the drive belt is not tight enough.

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