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Make sure that the clutch doges as I call them are engaging properly. Also check rear tine gearbox for striped gears or sheared keys. To check some of these things it may be necessary to remove rear tine gearbox by removing the 4 bolts that hold it on to the main transmission. Hope this helps.
After taking the transmission/frame apart, the drive chain for the tires broke and wedged in the case. I cleaned the rest of the gear box and washed all of the gears and sprockets. Ordered up the chain, gasket and grease. I re-installed and greased all of the pieces and reassembled the case. I used a marine wheel bearing grease for the water resistant properties. I installed a zerk fitting right over the shifting lever. This should help keep the grease on the top end of all the gears. After a few hours it is good to go and works just like new.