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L4330 HSTC Noise

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retcol
Join Date: Sep 2004
Posts: 109 Barron,wi
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2007-12-30          149732


I have approximately 12 hours on my L4330 HSTC. I notice some type of hum when I operate the tractor. Is that a result of having a hydro transmission? I didn't hear it on my L3830HST but I do with the L4330. Is that caused by the cab trapping the noise more than an open station tractor?

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candoarms
Join Date: Mar 2007
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2007-12-30          149738


Retcol,

You've got a very nice machine. Congratulations!

There were different sounds to get accustomed to with every tractor I've owned. It takes a while to familiarize myself with the sounds a new tractor makes. Each one is different, and I'm assuming that a cab will change the sounds a bit more than usual.

I vaguely remember the first time I drove my uncle's IH 1066 with a hydro transmission and a cab. (1974?) It sure sounded strange, compared to the old Minneapolis "U" I was operating before that.

I'm sure there's nothing wrong with your tractor. It just takes time to get acquainted. Have fun!

Joel ....

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