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706 rear end dip stick wear
|Dave||The rear end dipstick is really worn on my tractor. I have never noticed noise coming from there and there isn't now. What would cause the dip stick to get chewed up?
|ponymare||Its rubbing on either a gear or gear shaft, you might try bending it away from the side its getting rubbed on.
|jim||Not unusual to see those dip sticks being worn. They run real close to the gears so if it just happens to get bent or cocked a little that happens. Problem with bending it off to the side is if you put it in wrong way around it will really rub and cut it off.
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