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Oliver, Cletrac, Co-op & Cockshutt Tractors Discussion Forum
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1850 Diff. Noise

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Kelly MT

12-11-2013 07:16:58
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My '66 1850 has developed a clunking in the rear somewhere under the seat. It tends to stop under load, up or down hill. It is not constant, like clunk, clunk clunk type of noise. Ideas? Thanks PK.




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Kelly MT

12-19-2013 16:42:02
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 Re: 1850 Diff. Noise in reply to Kelly MT, 12-11-2013 07:16:58  
Thanks, that's good news. I ran across a thread talking about different bull gears for standard and wide track 1850s. If so, how do you tell? PK



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90 Percent Retired

12-19-2013 16:28:02
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 Re: 1850 Diff. Noise in reply to Kelly MT, 12-11-2013 07:16:58  
[You will be able to see the bull gears fine with the PTO unit removed from the tractor, will need to jack up one side at a time and turn the wheel one revolution to see all the teeth.



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Kelly MT

12-19-2013 07:10:56
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 Re: 1850 Diff. Noise in reply to Kelly MT, 12-11-2013 07:16:58  
Thanks bberry. PK



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bberry

12-18-2013 22:12:32
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 Re: 1850 Diff. Noise in reply to Guest75, 12-11-2013 07:16:58  
no i believe you have to take off the platform to see them...



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Kelly MT

12-14-2013 19:19:32
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 Re: 1850 Diff. Noise in reply to Kelly MT, 12-11-2013 07:16:58  
Well I need to change out the PTO clutch so I'll drain the oil then and see what comes out. Can you see the bull gears good from the back? Anyhow, all I do this time of year with it is feed the cows. It'll be a few weeks before I can get it into the shop. Have to finish up my TD-14. PK



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bberry

12-14-2013 19:02:19
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 Re: 1850 Diff. Noise in reply to Kelly MT, 12-11-2013 07:16:58  
My 65' does that as well its a chip out of the bull gear. Shouldnt be anything to worry about. Mines had it for years and i still work it hard everytime it leaves the shed. Mines turned up to around 120-130hp and manages a 5 bottom in the blackest swamp dirt michigan has. Change the trans oil to check for major shavings signifying damage before you pull stumps with it though.



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Ollie Oliver

12-11-2013 15:46:23
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 Re: 1850 Diff. Noise in reply to Kelly MT, 12-11-2013 07:16:58  
My 1086 did that as well. Same exact symptoms, up hill or down it would go away. Turned out to be a tooth missing out of the bull gear. Sorry for no better news.



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oliver90owner

12-11-2013 15:01:18
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 Re: 1850 Diff. Noise in reply to Kelly MT, 12-11-2013 07:16:58  
Sure it is not a loose wheel rim or similar?

RAB



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oliver90owner

12-11-2013 13:42:18
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 Re: 1850 Diff. Noise in reply to Kelly MT, 12-11-2013 07:16:58  
Sure it is not a loose wheel rim or similar?

RAB



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Curt W.

12-11-2013 10:45:44
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 Re: 1850 Diff. Noise in reply to Kelly MT, 12-11-2013 07:16:58  
Change the transmission oil. When you pull the plug, if it has metal shavings or chunks of steel on it. You have a broken gear. Had the same noises on my 2050 and I pulled chunks of gear out of it. Mine only clunked in sixth gear.



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rrlund

12-11-2013 07:36:52
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 Re: 1850 Diff. Noise in reply to Kelly MT, 12-11-2013 07:16:58  
Dad's 66 did that when I was just a little sprout. He broke a cog out of one of the bull gears.



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