Noise when rotating blades by hand

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Re: Noise when rotating blades by hand

Postby fixnfly » Tue Oct 02, 2012 2:54 am

You're right that the trans. should have a tear down inspection which has been done. I take it as an insult to think that I would sell or loan a component that isn't a certified part or a safe part. I know where my parts come from ,that they aren't made someplace that isn't certified and that component times are adhered to. I try to help anyone that I can , ask the people that know me and I try to keep the prices where they should be. If someone needs info or help That I may have ,they can call me & I'll try to help but please don't ask me or "quote " me on the net. Bill
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Re: Noise when rotating blades by hand

Postby bryancobb » Tue Oct 02, 2012 4:06 am

Mr Mott,
I'm very sorry if I offended you. I did not ever say or mean imply that you would do anything less than honorable. EVERYTHING I have EVER heard about you has been positive. :)

I too, have no reason for being here except my passion for Brantlys and a desire to help, if I have anything to offer.

I am a fan of yours. Once again, I apologize.
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Re: Noise when rotating blades by hand

Postby seneca2e » Sun Dec 16, 2012 10:05 pm

Just a follow up. It indeed was improperly shimmed transmission gears. After proper shimming the noise is gone and the transmission sounds like it should!
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