I have a 1939 B Allis that is quiet in 1,3, and reverse, but sounds like a bearing is about to crater in 2nd gear. Are bearings available for a complete transmission overhaul? Is a transmission overhaul difficult to do? Can I continue to drive it if I don't use 2nd gear?
Re: Transmission in reply to 1939 Allis Chalmers B, 10-19-2013 19:28:09
I have a complete set of transmission innards from a C from 41, should be the same as yours. I would be happy to send them to you if you will pay for the postage as I would like to get them off my shelf and don't want to scrap them. Zach
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