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Rear end noise in WD

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taswelltroy

08-16-2007 19:22:48




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My WD makes a knocking noise when it is in 3rd gear. It goes away when you are going down a grade, but comes back when pulling. Only does it in 3rd gear. Seems to come from the right side of the tractor. Almost sounds like it is coming from the final drive. Any thoughts would be appreciated.




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BobinKY

08-17-2007 12:28:37




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 Re: Rear end noise in WD in reply to taswelltroy, 08-16-2007 19:22:48  
I have had an intermittent knocking in my WD for a long time. It seems to come from the bellhousing area. There is no ryme or reason for when and if it will appear nor when it will end. I chased it around for a while before I finally heeded the advice of one of the real farmers on this site. He said not to worry about it until something falls off, then you will know what to fix. It has worked so far.

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Jack a

08-17-2007 03:34:33




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 Re: Rear end noise in WD in reply to taswelltroy, 08-16-2007 19:22:48  
Loose wheel clamp maybe. Should do it in all gears though. Try driving on a side hill with the right side of tractor on the down hill side. It should do it in all gears then. I walked next to to the down hill wheel while someone else drove it slowly in 1st and could feel with my hand the clamp that was loose. It would jump a tiny bit. Replaced the little eccentric dohicky inside the clamp and it was fixed. Could be that 3rd gear has enough pull and speed combination to trigger it on your tractor.

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