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Re: 411- noise behind belt pully cover

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roger s

01-06-2013 18:57:36
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Chuck: My dad"s 400 had some bearings in the transmission fail, we had to split the tractor and build up a couple of shafts along with the bearings. That was 30 years ago, and I still use the tractor. I can"t remember what the symptoms were. You know what we are going to tell you don"t you. See if there is any metal in the oil when you drain it. Then take the covers off the trans and rear end and look for excessive play. What weight oil does the trans/rear end have in it? If it has 90 weight, 140 might help. Did you grease the throwout bearing? It usually gets missed.

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chuck machinist

01-06-2013 19:27:51
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 Re: 411- noise behind belt pully cover in reply to roger s, 01-06-2013 18:57:36  
Napa 90WT MINERAL FOR THE TRANS DONE EARIER THIS SUMMER, NO METAL OR MOISTURE! I WILL SHOOT A COUPLE OF SHOTS TO THE THROWOUT BEARING TOMMOROW.THE NOISE WAS REAR OF THE BELT PULLY COVER AND ABOUT HALFWAY UP YHE TRANS HOUSING.



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Case Nutty 1660

01-06-2013 19:33:49
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 Re: 411- noise behind belt pully cover in reply to chuck machinist, 01-06-2013 19:27:51  
it can be a trans input shaft brg and that is why it stops when you step on the clutch



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chuck machinist

01-06-2013 19:49:16
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 Re: 411- noise behind belt pully cover in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 01-06-2013 19:33:49  
SOOO ,IF I PUT THE SHIFTER IN NEUTRAL PULL THE TRANS.COVER AND KEEP MY HAND OUT OF THE TRANS.AND FIRE HER UP I SHOULD BE ABLE TO SEE INPUT SHAFT .A STETHASCOPE SHOULD HELP ME ALONG!



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