To me it sounds like ring gear and pinion mesh noise. It is difficult to set those little buggers unless you are really good at reading gear patterns which I never did develop that ability as well as I would have liked. Very few mechanics I know have either. When you change bearings you probably make it even worse. It is also very time consuming taking them apart and putting them back together to check the patterns. On the larger tractors we had a tool to use with new gears. Using old gears was a guessing game. I always set them as close as possible to the lash and depth they had when I took them apart but if bearings were shot that is tough to do.
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