I have a Ford 650, When going down a small hill in 3rd gear I heard a banging noise, when I put the tractor in reverse the banging got worse and the tractor wouldn't move. The noise seems to be coming from the axle, but it was hard to tell while sitting on the tractor. Any suggestions?
Re: No reverse in reply to 600Bill, 02-15-2019 08:36:41
I'm probably way off base here but, I thought third and reverse gears were coupled together on the countershaft in the 5 speed. I wonder if some how this could be related, especially since you don't seem to have reverse gear now and it does fine in the others.
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