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Re: RE:need WDhelp please please please

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Tom

01-31-2003 18:54:00




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The knock in the transmission could be normal backlash in the gears. Some transmissions will make such a noise when the engine idles. It is caused by uneven engine speed taking up and letting off on the gears. If it goes away at a higher speed or when you have the tractor in gear and under load don't worry. Do you have good oil in the transmission? Maybe "tractor lube" which may be thinner than the 90 weight normally used in a WD transmission?

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sHan

01-31-2003 21:05:02




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 Re: Re: RE:need WDhelp please please please in reply to Tom, 01-31-2003 18:54:00  
dont have a clue what that nut put in it so after finding out what that so called oil he used i think im gonna drain it ALL and refill everything thanks sHan



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Jerry

02-01-2003 17:07:59




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 Re: Re: Re: RE:need WDhelp please please please in reply to sHan, 01-31-2003 21:05:02  
Gray oil usually means that it has water in it.



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Ed

02-01-2003 21:19:47




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: RE:need WDhelp please please please in reply to Jerry, 02-01-2003 17:07:59  
My shiter keeps falling out of pattern. Then I have to take the shifter lever out and use a screwdriver to get it back in neutral and go from there. I think the shifter forks are the problem. Does anyone know a site to get parts?



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Tom

02-02-2003 18:27:14




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: RE:need WDhelp please please please in reply to Ed , 02-01-2003 21:19:47  
Also check end of shift lever, if it is worn it can contribute to this problem. You can build it up with brass or weld and file to shape.



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