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Old 09-23-2019, 01:47:24 PM
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Hello,
I cannot move my 2010. The tractor is currently not running. When I brought the tractor to my home it rolled smoothly. Now I cannot tow it w/another tractor.
Any suggestions on what could be locking the wheels. I have shifted into neutral and the clutch is all the way down. Any suggestions on how to get it to roll. Thank you in advance.
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Is it possible the brakes are stuck? Is it possible the shifter is sloppy and you're in two gears? Just a couple of things that came to mind.
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When I first ran our 5010 it stopped as if you were hitting the brakes hard. Turned out to be a stuck bearing from the upper shaft in the gearbox. I do hope for you it is a brake problem.

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I would bet the brakes have rusted up. the 2010 has disk brakes that are prone to do that.Try tapping on the brake housings, not too hard of course...it may break them loose.
The 2010 is completely different from the 5010 trans.
2010 final drives can get full of water & freeze the bull gears in place, but I doubt it's cold enough yet in Maryland to have that happen...
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