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Noisy Tranny

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br960

04-24-2018 17:49:58




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I recently bought a 960 Ford 5 speed live pto. The tractor has been setting up for quite some time. I have issues I am dealing with of which I expected. My question is to anyone who may have one of these tractors. The transmission sounds like an old 4 wheel drive truck in granny gear especially in reverse. I have an 51 model 8N and it does not do this. Is this normal? All fluids have been changed.

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br960

04-25-2018 08:32:05




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 Re: Noisy Tranny in reply to br960, 04-24-2018 17:49:58  
Thanks to all who replied. Rear end has 85 -90 wt. Just put in 85-140 in transmission to see if it would quite it.



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br960

04-25-2018 08:28:29




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br960

04-25-2018 08:25:48




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 Re: Noisy Tranny in reply to br960, 04-24-2018 17:49:58  
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riveroadrat

04-25-2018 06:54:31




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 Re: Noisy Tranny in reply to br960, 04-24-2018 17:49:58  
It could be just your rearend gears whining from turning the other way.



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WayneIA

04-25-2018 06:40:26




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 Re: Noisy Tranny in reply to br960, 04-24-2018 17:49:58  
A high percentage of 5 speeds will have some degree of whine.



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Dean

04-25-2018 05:11:58




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 Re: Noisy Tranny in reply to br960, 04-24-2018 17:49:58  
Remove the reverse gear trunion and inspect the gear, shaft and bushing.

Dean



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Dollar Bill

04-25-2018 03:52:44




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 Re: Noisy Tranny in reply to br960, 04-24-2018 17:49:58  
My 63 4000 does not whine - Could it be the lubricant is too thin?



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Shaun Wallace

04-24-2018 20:09:36




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 Re: Noisy Tranny in reply to br960, 04-24-2018 17:49:58  
Reverse idler gear will make clunking sound or rattle. Its the round cover on trans side. Has bushing in gear.



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showcrop

04-24-2018 19:10:42




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 Re: Noisy Tranny in reply to br960, 04-24-2018 17:49:58  
My 960 Whines in reverse.



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KCTractors

04-24-2018 18:51:04




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 Re: Noisy Tranny in reply to br960, 04-24-2018 17:49:58  
I have 850, reverse whines also and I know two others with 800 and 900's and they do the same thing.



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Grandpa love

04-24-2018 18:05:23




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 Re: Noisy Tranny in reply to br960, 04-24-2018 17:49:58  
Don't know why yours is make odd noises. Mine doesn't. Hope someone will come along and help.



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