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Re: Puzzling problem - IH 284 -- intermitant stuck transmiss

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01-19-2013 17:43:04

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thanks for the prompt reply. I will check that out tomorrow morning. It felt like it wouldn't roll in neutral, but I didn't put a real shoulder into it either.

Why would it appear to work fine with the fresh hy-tran fluid for a brief time, and then seize up again if it were a hung up brake or seized bearing? Could those be intermittent?

I will post what I find out.

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01-19-2013 19:16:46

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 Re: Puzzling problem - IH 284 -- intermitant stuck transmiss in reply to escottpeterson, 01-19-2013 17:43:04  
I agree with mkirsch, Bearings going out (particularly roller but ball bearings as well will act that way. Sevier damage can result to the housings or case if allowed to be operated as is. Jim

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01-20-2013 06:46:37

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 Re: Puzzling problem - IH 284 -- intermitant stuck transmiss in reply to Janicholson, 01-19-2013 19:16:46  
This is very helpful in narrowing it down. Going out to check what I can find (unfortunately the temp dropped to -15 so it"ll be a bit chillier.

Question about the bearings if it is a bearing. Best thoughts on which one?: The mainshaft bearing, differential bearings or in the wheel assembly/hub itself? Probably any of those is outside my league since I don"t have the equipment to lift or pull that large.

Thanks again for all the help.

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