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PostSubject: trany whine   Mon Dec 14, 2015 3:29 pm

so, Im back after some time, and the reason, is interesting. a weekend ago, i broke my tractor, i found the left wheel about 4-5 inches out more than it should, the double C clips came off and let it slide out, the weedless locker still held, cus i drove it before i realized the problem. i take it apart, weld the gear to the axle, find some nice scoring in a non bearing area, any way, RTV it, let it dry, put ABOUT 20 oz of gear oil, cuz there was some surprising amount of where marks in other places, and put it in. NOW it drives fine, but there is a loud whine to it that was not there before. it only happens when the engine is driving, if im at speed, clutch IN (engaged IDK which is which) i get the whine, BUT if i pull out the clutch, and coast, its quiet. i do think there is a little bit of internal pressure due inserting the plug, but i cant figure it out. what could be causing this?
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PostSubject: Re: trany whine   Mon Dec 14, 2015 7:09 pm

Not sure why it would make more noise now than before. Maybe a shaft or something warped slightly from welding. As long as everything turns easy though, I don't think it would be anything to worry about.

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PostSubject: Re: trany whine   Mon Dec 21, 2015 8:28 am

IDK, iv been driving it every once in a while, and nothing wrong. i might be getting used to it. Very Happy the only thing i welded the spider gear to the shaft, tacking it 3 times, then finishing up the beads. but it works perfect. but hey, only tell tail is time! Sleep
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PostSubject: Re: trany whine   Tue Dec 22, 2015 3:18 pm

Did you switch from grease to gear oil?
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