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 03-05-2004, 20:26 Post: 78948
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just want to give every one the oportunity to ask me any questions about the boomer series of tractors from problems you might be haveing or whitch tractor would best suit your circumstances, or if you have any questions about any other of nh tractors let me know






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 03-25-2004, 19:04 Post: 81131
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just wanted to let evey one know my offer still stands






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 03-26-2004, 07:30 Post: 81191
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From day one,my tc33d has had what I call "gear chatter" from the rear pto area. The chatter gets LOUDER after everything warms up. It is really noticable at idle and is annoying. The dealer says that this is normal,but,I drove a newer model,mine is a 2001 compared to a 2002,2003, and the chatter was barely there or not at all. Is this normal???
Engaging the pto makes no difference. It only stops when I depress the clutch,regardless if it is in a gear range or in neutral. My powertrain warranty ends soon.






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 03-26-2004, 20:00 Post: 81258
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ok are you moving or sitting still, im not too sure i understand how the pto is makeing noise when you do not have it engaged






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 03-26-2004, 20:03 Post: 81260
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if you look at your tractors profile you see four sections of the machine engien, bell housing, trans, and rear. try getting down on your hands and knees or even crawl under the tractor and listen for which section it is comming form






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 03-26-2004, 20:31 Post: 81265
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I missed the other message about the steering column problem, how did you correct? I have a TC35d AND THE COLUMN GOES RIGHT BACK to the upright position when you let go. Help...Thad






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for that you will need to replace the tilt cyl it is not that hard on that size tractor if you still under warrenty have the dealer do it if no the replacement kit have instuctions in it






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 03-27-2004, 20:34 Post: 81346
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I don't think it has anything to do with the pto. The noise comes from the gear housing regardless if the tractor is moving or not. The noise stops when the clutch is pushed in.
Could it be a spring or something connected to the clutch somehow???






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My tc33d had the same problem. I fixed it by tapping the upper shock connecting pin with a hammer to unstick the little pin that releases and holds the shock. I had also sprayed it a week before with WD40,don't know how much that helped though.






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 03-28-2004, 03:45 Post: 81371
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it my be your throw out bearing can you tell me which section of the tractor the noise is coming from?






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