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8240 Ford Transmission Racket HELP!

Harrowing some land the other day and the tranny in our 8240 Ford started making some awful racket. It sounded like the input bearing might be going out? Have any one of you ever had any experience with any of these trannys? IT still shifts fine and we changed the oil and filters yesterday!

By the way its a 1996 8240 MFWD SLE Powershift.

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I have zero experience with these tractors let alone the trans in them, but did you find any fine shaving in the oil or anything? just wondering. Sorry I couldn't be any help though.

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No shavings what so ever!! No fine particles of metal ......nothing, the oil still looked brand new! If I can't figure it out its going to the shop monday.

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bump, going to the shop today.

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