Now wonder my T Transmission was making a lot of noise!
well, at least you don't need a magnet recharge.
Yep pretty easy to tell the wiggle'n pin fell out of the wobbl'n shaft and caused all that....! It's always a good idea to use an extra piece of duct tape in that area.
I bet you let the oiler run out of oil. Happens all of the time.
Well? According to the speedometer, it wasn't turning too fast? So the problem must be with the bands. They are not supposed to run on the gears. Either that? Or it is the Ch### carburetor?
Drive carefully. Obviously, you are enjoying just fine. W2
Unless.... the speedometer was pegged out.... Just sayin. I still say the oiler is out of oil. You can tell because you can see the springs above the top of the oiler!
I've seen this many times. Probably caused by running a water pump, lead thrust washers and an E-timer.
Sometimes the best way to find the problem is to have a look inside. The first T I bought did not have any compression, so I pulled the head. It was easy to see the problem, there were no pistons or con rods. I think the piston stuck to Mark's tranny is one of mine
I thought the photo above was a real gosh no foolin Whimmy Wham for a ducks running gear.
No small wonder it was making noise.
Throw in a couple handfulls of sawdust......
I think the problem can be solved by running Marvel Mystery Oil.
I have it on good authority that banana peels work quite well.