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Re: 2N transmission noise while moving

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09-03-2013 15:18:32

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I have never been able to find a year and date I can hang my hat on. Some 9N and 2Ns had straight cut gears. they make a whine noise and is normal. If your has helical cut gears there is no whine. If you are getting a noise you have not heard before check fluid level, if oil level is ok I would go with TOH and a bearing.

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brian kohler

09-03-2013 17:47:13

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 Re: 2N transmission noise while moving in reply to WW2N, 09-03-2013 15:18:32  
WW2N, would the bad bearing be in the transmission or the differential? Isnt there a auxillary transmission as well in there that makes the low/high ranges? Would the bad bearing be in one of the above?

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09-04-2013 00:27:50

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 Re: 2N transmission noise while moving in reply to brian kohler, 09-03-2013 17:47:13  
I can only guess at this point. You will have to crack the Hi Lo open if your bearing problem is with it. When you said transmission I misunderstood and was thinking 3sp only. No matter what though you still need to find it by disassembling somewhere.

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09-03-2013 21:13:32

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 Re: 2N transmission noise while moving in reply to brian kohler, 09-03-2013 17:47:13  
At this point don't know as you went from a 3sp to a 9sp I did not know you had a Hi/Lo. Post a new topic like- N with tranny noise Sherman H/L. Somebody on this site will know.Theymay have some idea but the Sherman not my cup of tea and I wish I had one the low would be great.

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