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620i Boggin Down at top of hills

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Bigdtees
Join Date: Aug 2011
Posts: 2 clarion, pa
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2011-08-01          179623


I broke the drive shaft at the u join on our 620i at the U-joint with only nine hours on it. We had gotten it really stuck. Deere replaced it but now its really boggin down at the top of some hills granted they are pretty steep but it seems like it really shouldn't happen when my buddies 450 rhino is doin it with ease and i almost have to back down the thing. Anyone know what i can do?

also. anyone have a redneck inexpensive solutions to a stereo system? lol



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gatoraider
Join Date: Nov 2008
Posts: 540 Maryland
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2011-08-01          179624


Your clutches should back-shift as you slow down going up a hill. As your rpms decrease the flyweights in the drive clutch will pull in and decrease the diameter of the drive clutch, thus changing to a lower gear. The driven should follow by keeping the belt tight. I believe your clutches are not performing as they should. It could be either one or both. Maybe the driven is sticking and not letting the drive back-shift. ....

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