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1655 problem

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Cleon Couey

03-19-2008 20:07:25

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Purchased a 1655 last year. Good strong tractor. Had a new radiator installed and injector lines. Had been using it to haul rolls of hay to feed cows this winter and pulled a grain drill for a couple days. Started making a roaring noise when put in overdrive. Then started roaring in any range. Found transmission seperating from engine(bolts loose and missing). Reinstalled new bolts and pulled two back together. Still makes roaring noise but only under load. Any suggestions?

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J Schwiebert

03-20-2008 05:43:39

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 Re: 1655 problem in reply to Cleon Couey, 03-19-2008 20:07:25  
The 2 halves whent together good? No dirt in between them? We broke more than one socket splitting tractors before we got the recommended socket. MAke sure they are good and tight like 300 foot pounds of torque. I would check them again, use a 3/4 inch drive and grunt a little! How do the two sprocket halves line up? You may need to tweek that a little.

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Cleon Couey

03-20-2008 06:11:01

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 Re: 1655 problem in reply to J Schwiebert, 03-20-2008 05:43:39  
Talking about the bell housing of transmission. (3/8 "bolts) Had about a 1/2 " gap between housing and engine. The two pulled back together good.

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J Schwiebert

03-21-2008 12:05:38

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 Re: 1655 problem in reply to Cleon Couey, 03-20-2008 06:11:01  
Check the chain for sure.

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Cleon Couey

03-24-2008 20:17:03

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 Re: 1655 problem in reply to J Schwiebert, 03-21-2008 12:05:38  

J Schwiebert said: (quoted from post at 12:05:38 03/21/08) Check the chain for sure.
Thanks JS. Gotta make room in the shop to break it down. Thanks again.

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Cleon Couey

05-09-2008 10:06:48

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 Re: 1655 problem in reply to Cleon Couey, 03-24-2008 20:17:03  
Hey JS,
Got the tractor broke down. Noise is coming from the coupler chain and the shaft that rear coupler sprocket slides up on is very worn. Is this the transmission input shaft? It comes out right where the tractor breaks apart.

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