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04-19-2002 18:55:54

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today when I was harrowing my field my 1948 AC B did something I didn't care for. I was turning around at the end of the row when I choked it down. After cranking it back up I put it in gear the left rear tire acted like it didn't want to go forward but the right one did. It would work in reverse then I heard a clunk I tried it again in forward then it worked fine the rest of the day. Any ideas about what might have happened.

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04-21-2002 14:38:43

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 Re: final drive in reply to markp, 04-19-2002 18:55:54  
My guess is that it is in the brake. The clicking noise people are talking about could be a loose hub on the axle, unlikely though.

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04-20-2002 20:32:39

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 Re: final drive in reply to markp, 04-19-2002 18:55:54  
mark, i bet the brake locked up. if you want to be safe, raise the rear alxe on that side 2 inches and roll the tire by hand forward and reverse and listen. see if you hear anything. if not, it is probley o.k. Dave, i think you have a nick to chipped tooth on the bottom big gear, thats why you hear it once per tire revolution. jack up the tire a couple inches, roll the tire and listen, i would take off the sheetmetal pan below the final drive case and look at the gear. Bet you have a chipped tooth. You might be able to polish the edges with a small grinder wheel and forget it. use 90 we gear lube in the final drive, takes a little less than 2 quarts. change the other side while you are at it. thats the bearing lube back there.

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04-21-2002 05:20:39

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 Re: Re: final drive in reply to steve, 04-20-2002 20:32:39  
I'll try that thanks

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04-20-2002 18:28:46

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 Re: final drive in reply to markp, 04-19-2002 18:55:54  
need to know about this my 46b has a clank in the left wheel also. approximately every revolution.

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