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Re: Speedometer question 49 3100.
GradyB #1412886 Sun Jun 06 2021 07:00 PM
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I also think that rear bearing support is held in place by a small bolt on the top of the transmission or maybe on one side of it. I'll look to see if I have anything on this in my old notes.


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Re: Speedometer question 49 3100.
GradyB #1413487 Fri Jun 11 2021 01:11 AM
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I have had a chance to pull the driven gear from the side of transmission to inspect it. It shows a couple of miner nicks but nothing major. The teeth look ok. Is the rear bearing support located in the transmission? Not looking forward to taking all that apart again. I haven't driven it since its been inspected but will this weekend. Thanks for all the support. I will figure this out, sometime.

Re: Speedometer question 49 3100.
GradyB #1413896 Mon Jun 14 2021 08:03 PM
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Took truck for drive and speedometer still does the same thing. I think too it has to be something inside that's not correct. It works somewhat ok until everything gets up to temperature. Then as I step on gas speedometer goes to zero. If I let off it jumps up to correct speed. Guess I'm gonna have to take things apart.😬

Re: Speedometer question 49 3100.
GradyB #1413979 Tue Jun 15 2021 02:32 PM
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This sure is an odd one. So when cold, if you step on the gas, the speedo works?


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Re: Speedometer question 49 3100.
GradyB #1414113 Thu Jun 17 2021 01:06 AM
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No when I step on gas it goes zero, quits working. As I let off and coast it goes to correct speed.

Re: Speedometer question 49 3100.
GradyB #1414114 Thu Jun 17 2021 01:07 AM
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When cold it works about 1/2.

Re: Speedometer question 49 3100.
GradyB #1415486 Thu Jul 01 2021 02:14 AM
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Well when you see red and blues, let off da gas, and youll know if they're after you. ohwell

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