Noise catch in front axle drivers side only

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  1. UplandHunter

    UplandHunter Farmall Cub

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    jeff campbell Lives in an IH Dealership

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    Id pull front cover for a visual inspection to start with.
     
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    scoutboy74 Lives in an IH Dealership

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    They were using it as an aftermarket manual choke. Inspect your lockout hub, inspect your wheel bearings and pull your stub axle shaft. Be prepared to replace bearings and seals while you're in there.
     
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    with the hub disengaged spin the wheel and look at the axle shaft u joint. when it makes the noise and if your axle shaft is not spinning with the wheel then i dont think your noise is in your diff. because nothing would be moving with out the shaft moving.
    i think the noise is something catching in that hub.
     
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    I would also start with the hub. Work your way in from there.
     
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    UplandHunter Farmall Cub

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    Working through the noise - it’s coming from the hub. If I am going to pull it, I guess rebuilding it should be part of the plan. It’s a rusty crusty one so probably needs it.


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    do you want to stick with that style of locking hub ? if so that is fine. if not there are options out there. iv run warn hubs for the last 25 years.
     

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