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|Jeremy||I have a 1970 MF 2135 industrial tractor, which is an industrial version of the 135. It has the 2 stage clutch, power steering, 4 cyl gas, foot throttle, and a MF200 loader attached.
The problem I am having is after the tractor warms up, it will start banging from somewhere in the transmission housing. Sounds like 1 bang per revolution of the PTO shaft. Now, if I depress the clutch to the second stage where it would disengage the PTO, the noise goes away. It makes the noise if the PTO lever is engaged or disengaged. It only goes away if I fully depress the clutch. Any idea of what could be banging in there??
|ARNOLD||MY 1964 MF2135 MAKES THE SAME BANGING NOISE. IT GOES AWAY WHEN I LOWER THE IMPLEMENT. MY BANGING NOISE IS APPARENTLY RELATED TO THE HYDRAULICS AND DOESN'T APPEAR TO DAMAGE ANYTHING; BUT IT IS NOT A WELCOME SOUND. I WISH SOME MF ENGINEER WOULD ANSWER THE QUESTION FOR BOTH OF US.