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Old 01-30-2014, 08:04 PM
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Tranny problem, Help please!

I have a 1996 F250 powerstroke OBS extended cab 5 speed manual, when i start it up to let it warm up or when it is just idling whenever even when warm, the tranny makes a grinding sound. The guy that i bought it from said he had put in south bend dual disc clutches. When i push in the clutch the sound stops, when i let the clutch out it starts back up. Also it grinds going into 3rd gear. And its kind of tough to put it into all other gears, they are suppost to almost just slide into gear arent they?
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if he hasn't figured it out in nine months, he's in worse shape than we can help him with.
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haha brought back from the dead, atleast someone is trying to help now. Those southbend clutches do that, we put the exact same one in my bros 94 like 5 yrs ago now, solid clutch but that noise drove him nuts at first. Sounds like marbles in the bell housing.
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