T-90 1st/Rev grind from stop
Is it normal at all for a T90 to grind going into 1st or reverse from a dead stop? It's not terrible, but it buzzes. My clutch fork and throwout are both fresh, so I think I should be good there, but maybe not. I just rebuilt this trans, so it kills me to think of my brand new gears getting slowly ruined.
It was only a few months ago I did the rebuild, but I can't think of why it would buzz the first time, but if get it in gear, then take it out (without actually driving) I can go back in with no buzz. Every time I stop at a light or whatever, it wants to buzz again on its way back into 1st.
1965 Scout 80, D44/D27, 152/T90/D18
Status: Motor, trans, axles, brakes, T-case all rebuilt. Lift and 32" tires installed.
Still need: Skid plates, bumpers, locker(s), winch, better seats.
Looking for: Scout 800 flanged D44, maybe Scout II axles.
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