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Re: Finally put the 300 back to work

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02-23-2013 05:50:44

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All straight cut gears (bevel and spurr) make noise. There are some very expensive gears used to drive helicopter rotors that are computer profiled. they still make noise. The purpose is to gain reliability in a single point failure location. (having the rotor stop is not good) The straight cut gear is still one of the highest efficiency power transfer available.
It will be OK in my opinion. Jim

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02-23-2013 10:45:20

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 Re: Finally put the 300 back to work in reply to Janicholson, 02-23-2013 05:50:44  
Thank you, that is interesting to know. I know that all three of the Allis Chalmers tractors I have had in running condition(two Cs and a B) have been quite loud in third gear especially. I am much happier to have the 300 working and making noise that sitting around in pieces quietly.

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02-23-2013 09:45:02

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 Re: Finally put the 300 back to work in reply to Janicholson, 02-23-2013 05:50:44  
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Yep most of my old antique tractors make some slight rear end noise. A little is noise is okay. However if you want to listen to something that will drive you nuts then play some videos of some old Oliver 77 or 88 models. The extreme whine they made brand new would have been unpleasant for me to have to get used to. (note: I am not bashing Oliver as I love a lot of their stuff).

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