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25 bushel pto driven manure spreader squeals when engaged regardless of the load. Seems to get better once running a while. Don't want to wreck it though. I have adjusted the bed cleaner chains and ma

125 bushel pto driven manure spreader squeals when engaged regardless of the load. Seems to get better once running a while. Don't want to wreck it though. I have adjusted the bed cleaner chains and made sure they were even and at the reccommended tension. Any suggestions?

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SOURCE: I have a model 33 John Deere manure spreader that has the beater gear box with worn gears that won't engage. I cannot get replacement gears due to age of unit. Is there a way to repair the gears by we

There is no way to repair a worn gear, this is due to the heat treating of the metal to toughen it against wear and tear of use, otherwise it wouldn't last but a few hours of operation, this precise heat treating of the steel can only be done with special equipment and requires special skills to pull off correctly, so no you will need to get new gears. I know from personnel experience that you can get parts for these old farm implements, call around and see what you can find out. I will say that worn gears are not the common reason for hard gear engagement, that would be worn shift dogs and synchro ring cones or worn gear shaft bearings.

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