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Old 10-24-2013, 07:53 PM
murfpcola murfpcola is offline
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I may not be any help but on my belt drive Bunton the belt between the motor and the transmission is tensioned with an idler pulley. It has the same tension no matter what gear you are in. It sounds to me that your belt is too loose and when it is in a higher gear it begins to slip. When it is geared down it does not put as much strain on the belt. Can you put it in forward and then stall it just by pulling back against it. If so do the pulleys on the output shafts of the transmission turn? If they don't turn then most likely the trans to engine belt is not tight enough or is too long/wrong belt.
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