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Help on a tractor question (vibration abatement)

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number 9 number 9 number 9 lol - requesting an update

 

as you recall, we're all indebted to rust eradication once seen...

 

a couple picture's can identify the location and removal & exploration within...

 

and a trip to a recycling yard for a new original fender bracket mount, with an added & modified bracket with about 8 new vibration eliminators...

 

 

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On 8/3/2019 at 11:06 AM, JL Sargent said:

Isolation might help, but another idea is stiffening and or changing the natural frequency of the fenders. Maybe weld on some flat bars or similar? 

 

 

I agree that dampening the fenders may be the easiest way to deal with the noise problem, because even after you insulate the brackets from the axle, the fenders might still vibrate. I would suggest experimenting with some struts and C-clamps to see if that helps. 

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Why not look at applying isolation to the attachment points at the top of the structure where the fenders attach to the upright supports and not at the axle attachment points. Seems you will achieve most of the vibration control with far less effort.

 

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