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04-14-2001 07:12:05

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Recently purchased Cub , Did not check out thoroughly, !#*#! Lesson #1. 1st & Rev., have a LOUD GROWL and a tick tick sound 2nd & 3rd normal whine and a tick tick noise Taken cover off and can't see anything other than normal wear. There must be a gear thats not getting along with its mate ! thus the NOISE ANY IDEAS !? PLEASE I have drained oil , and checked DIFF., everthing else seems OK . THANKS REGARDS TERRY

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Bill B

04-14-2001 09:01:11

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 Re: 1955 IH CUB TRANSMISSION GROWL ! in reply to D.T.JOHNSON, 04-14-2001 07:12:05  
This is common on the cub. The ticking is the gear with the missing tooth. The gears are really tiny and should have been made twice as thick. Mine was the same. I split the tractor, changed the gears, and now it only has the normal gear whine that comes with straight cut gears. I also had a damaged fork. It is an easy transmission to repair, if the cluster gears are ok. If they are broken, then the task is more difficult, but still straightforward.

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Robert, Tulsa 50 Cub

04-14-2001 07:32:42

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 Re: 1955 IH CUB TRANSMISSION GROWL ! in reply to D.T.JOHNSON, 04-14-2001 07:12:05  
Terry, Mine did the same thing. I replaced the first/reverse sliding gear and the noise went away. I don't know about the tick. Best regards, Robert

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