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Mo in NE Tx

08-20-2019 07:30:08

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When backing up and then shifting into forward, I get aloud clunk sounds like rear end. Does not do except when changing direction. What am I looking at?

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Mo in NE Tx

08-29-2019 17:15:36

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 Re: 1939 B in reply to Mo in NE Tx, 08-20-2019 07:30:08  
Thanks for all the replys, it was the big nut on the axle. Pulled it apart and cleaned it good, the hub may have1/8Ē of spline left. Found a parts tractor for free, will see if either hub on it is good. Again, thanks, I thought there was something wrong with differential.

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08-20-2019 15:49:48

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 Re: 1939 B in reply to Mo in NE Tx, 08-20-2019 07:30:08  
Look at Gpa loves pics, see that big nut in the center of the rear wheels? Have somebody watch it on each side while going forward to reverse. I'll bet you will see it move before the wheel moves meaning the axle is moving in the wheel. Tightening the nut will sometimes fix it but if the splines are worn you have some fixing to do, we have lived with ours clunking from worn splines for 20 years.

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Grandpa love

08-20-2019 14:59:54

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 Re: 1939 B in reply to Mo in NE Tx, 08-20-2019 07:30:08  
Mine did that until an old guy at a tractor show told me how to properly tighten those lug nuts. Long part of cross points towards the tire. Stop the clunk! Is yours a hand crank? Mine is 1st tractor I owned with no electrical system....I love it.

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Mo in NE Tx

08-20-2019 18:40:10

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 Re: 1939 B in reply to Grandpa love, 08-20-2019 14:59:54  
Looks justlike your, except for the paint, mine donít have much left and is wearing cultivators, use it in garden.

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Grandpa love

08-20-2019 18:45:47

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 Re: 1939 B in reply to Mo in NE Tx, 08-20-2019 18:40:10  
I would love to have cultivators on mine!

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08-20-2019 11:33:01

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 Re: 1939 B in reply to Mo in NE Tx, 08-20-2019 07:30:08  
Check the bolts that attach the rims to the center of the wheel...may be loose and the wedge between the stops on the rim is hitting the stops.

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08-20-2019 09:47:27

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 Re: 1939 B in reply to Mo in NE Tx, 08-20-2019 07:30:08  
Are you coming to a full stop and then waiting a moment for the input shaft to stop spinning before shifting gears?? If your not good chance that is why it does that

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