Hey all -
I became an owner of a '52 Cub about a year ago. We've done a lot of work to it and it's been a fun little tractor. I found a snow plow for it and have been having fun in the snow (though a set of chains are being sought).
Since I've had it, nearly every time I shift gears, they grind some. Something in there is not fully stopping when the clutch is pressed. Am I just not waiting for things to slow down inside of the gear box before shifting? Oil was changed and replaced with 85-90 gear oil and filled to the "full" side drain plug.
Any clue to what is going on here?
Also....as the engine is settling into a load (as in getting up to speed in 3rd gear), the engine lops 3-5 times, then settles out. Once the load is established, it settles out. Any place I should start diagnosing ?
Thanx all !