Re: 1944 B Transmission in reply to Sam Vastano, 10-31-2012 13:20:28
Thanks for the feedback. I haven't tried to get in there and was wondering how deep I will have to go to deal with it. After the first time I kept my eye on it and watched it work out of gear. Took about 200 hundred yards or so. Doesn't do it in any other gear. Can I access the gears from under the floor plate ?
Re: 1944 B Transmission in reply to Bob in Illinois, 10-31-2012 13:39:24
Yes if you take the topcover off you should be able to inspect the shaft, gears & do some wiggling to see if the bearing is tight. If it is the bearing/gear etc then you have to take the reduction gear cover off to get it fixed up.
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