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Ih 115 tractor has noise in rear end it is loud at times and quits then starts again.

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SOURCE: John Deere L120 transmission high pitch noise and no forward move

Try jacking the unit up. Start it up and try moving pushing the forward and reverse back and forth and see if it does it then. It sounds like an oil way in the hydrostatic unit has a check valve stuck. Of course make sure that the fluid lever is up. Hope this will help you. donnyb60

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SOURCE: Loud grinding noise from front end

You can see the brake disc on the front wheels, Check both sides of each side, looking for scoring. Brake pads have wear insicators on them that are metal tabs that contact the rotor (disc) when pads get thin. It would be better to pull the wheels off to get a good look at the pads. Good luck

Posted on Jun 03, 2009

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SOURCE: loud noise coming from rear end when starting and

if this is a popping type noise need to check universal joints or check the play in rear end gear- if both are god pull brake drums off and check to make sure brake shoe has not come loose

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SOURCE: loud noise comes from rear brake when braking

When you squeeze the brakes, the rubber pad should NOT be flat against the rim. Instead, the FRONT of the rubber pad should be a bit closer to the rim than the back part of the pad (about 1 mm or 1/16th inch).

Also, you can try to put fine sandpaper (150 grit) between the rim and brake pad, with the rough part facing the brake. Squeeze the brakes lightly and move the wheel a small amount to scuff the brake pad to remove any dirt on it.

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SOURCE: tractor stalls after approx. 15-20 of run time (1957 farmall cub)

Could you be having a fuel supply problem? I have a 1957 Farmal Model 100 and has its own problem caused by moisture building up in the distributor SLOCITYJOHN

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