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Manual trans. Goes into gear fine, but sometimes when I let out clutch It grinds and will not move. Rocking tractor fore and aft most of the time will allow trans to work. Always surges as if I had a big lump in one of the tires. I don't believe it needs entire transaxle, but some part or something needs repair. Thanks, Barry

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Needs the transaxle pulled apart and inspected. Possible loose sungear can.

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