Posted by Boris on November 19, 2012 at 17:02:16 from (126.96.36.199):
I just got a 9N with a Sherman step-up, step-down transmission. Whenever I get a new "toy", I usually go through and change the fluids and other things. But it dosen"t look like it would be easy to even check the oil much less change it in the Sherman. Does this mean that Mr Sherman didn"t think it was necessary? The Sherman shifts ok and stays in gear. There is a slight gear wine but nothing significant. It goes away when I put it in the "conventional" position, where I hear no noise (even from the main transmission. What do you guys think? If it ain"t broke, don"t fix it, or just do it?
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