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 08-21-2004, 20:41 Post: 94075
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 JD 2210 gear noise

I just bought a 2210 and its a great tractor, but it has excessive geartrain noise when in four wheel drive at high speed. If I go slow, its not so bad, but when I speed up it gets pretty noisy. It is only in four wheel drive. Has anyone heard of this or know what the problem is.
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 08-22-2004, 05:27 Post: 94088
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Gear noise likely is from very high ratios used to drive the front wheels--usually from a differential ring gear. It's best to stay in 2wd at high speeds and particularly with heavy front loads and on high traction surfaces unless 4wd is actually needed, Wear and damage can result.






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 08-22-2004, 07:56 Post: 94093
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 JD 2210 gear noise

Mine barks pretty well when I head up my paved driveway and have forgotten to shift out of 4WD. It's a good reminder for me.






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 08-22-2004, 09:22 Post: 94098
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I agree. High speed and 4wd don't mix well.






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 08-22-2004, 20:41 Post: 94134
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 JD 2210 gear noise

Not that I advise running in four wheel drive if you don't need to but you can adjust the wind-up between front and rear with adjustments to the air pressure.






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 08-23-2004, 21:43 Post: 94259
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I still can't see how that would hurt. I traded in a x595 on this 2210 and you couldn't tell when it was in 4wd. Not a single ounce of extra noise. My dad has a 955 and it doesn't make a sound either. If my new pickup did that in 4wd I would be very upset. I understand that they will have a little gear whine, but it shouldn't be all that you hear. Do any of you have R-4's? I wonder if Carlisle blew it on the tire diameters and John Deere doesn't know about it yet. It makes hardly any noise in 2wd and the complete drvie train is spinning even though it is not locked together. Maybe it wouldn't take much to throw it off. I'm going to bring it back to the dealer-they thought it was kind of odd too. Thanks guys.






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 08-24-2004, 06:07 Post: 94277
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I think that if it's a front axle lead issue then the gear noise should decrease during turns.






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 08-24-2004, 06:39 Post: 94279
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Andy, Art is right, you can adjust the lead percentage by using tire pressures. I'm not saying that your tractor might not have a defect causing excessive noise. I don't know what the lead ratio percentage is on JD compacts, but I think it's arouind 2 - 4% on front wheel assist axles of most farm tractors. This is a necessary feature otherwise you'd have a hard time driving your tractor in a straight line while in 4 wh. dr.. Remember your pickup has the cab quite well isolated from the chassis to keep it quiet inside. Frank.






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 08-24-2004, 07:23 Post: 94283
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I've also wondered if there might be a problem with the shifting mechanism for the 4wd. If it where out of adjustment and was sliding the engagement gear too far or not far enough causing a misalignment with the corresponding gear or worse, rubbing against something else, I could see this noise. I hate to whine, but I can feel it in the pedals and steering wheel when it starts growling, and to me that is so unlike of John Deere stuff. The reason I'm asking you guys is that the dealer in my area has only sold two of these and when I told them about the noise, they said that they have never heard of this before-go figure. So they havn't been much help. There is another dealer in the area that is an AG dealer that actual works on tractors. I'll try them. Thanks guys, I'll keep you posted.






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 08-24-2004, 08:37 Post: 94292
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 JD 2210 gear noise

I will ask a dumb question. Have you verified that the front and rear tire sizes on your tractor are correct and a matched set as called for in the manual? I have heard of dealers swapping tires around and messing them up so the front and rears are no longer matched correctly. This could really throw the lead ratio out of whack.






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