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Old 02-13-2016, 06:01 AM   #1
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Default Transmission noise/gear question.

Hi.

I seem to have this rattle from my transmission all the time but in first gear it's even worse.

I had a wobble on my spur shaft (think the slipper pads were not in correctly) which I fixed but the noise is still there.

At low speed it's quiet, but as soon as I open her up rattle rattle rattle.

Spur and pinion are meshed well (been doing this for years) so I'm thinking maybe a stripped gear inside?

I'll pull it apart tomorrow and look but I was just wondering if this was a common thing.

While I'm at it, does anyone really use first gear? I went for a crawl today and just left in second and it went over everything like it didn't care.
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