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Clunk in reverse gear on 7000

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Aaron Baugher

07-14-2002 06:43:51




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My dad's 7000 recently developed a clunking sound when it's backing up. It doesn't make the noise at all in park or forward gears. It doesn't seem to be timed with the wheels, and it sounds like it's coming from the transmission area. The tractor backs up fine (so far); it just makes this knocking sound while it does it.

A mechanic said from the description it sounds like a broken tooth on the reverse gear. Does that sound reasonable? Any other ideas? Can we inspect the gear by just removing the tranny cover? Thanks,

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Craig MO

07-15-2002 18:59:20




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 Re: Clunk in reverse gear on 7000 in reply to Aaron Baugher, 07-14-2002 06:43:51  
You have probably chipped or broken reverse idle gear tooth. You can check this by pulling top transmission cover put trans. in second gear before pulling. If it is reverse idler gear remove top plate off rear end housing and you can reach up front and pull reverse idler shaft out of the back and replace reverse idler gear.



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