You guys won't give an inch either will you. Sure the power shift in the magnum was new and never used in IH but it was on their drawing board. All the castings for the transmissions and final drive merely slightly modified to fit in the power shift over the syncro IH was using on the 50 series IH tractors. Case moved all the equipment for making the final drives from the farmall works to Racine after the merger. The rear axles, hubs etc were also modified from the 50 series. The whole hydraulic system is just up graded from the 50 series. If you ever tore down a 5288 IH and a 7120 you would readily see all the direct relationship . Will the parts inter change, some, not many. The next series of Magnums were greatly modified also, made heavier etc and even more electronic controls. Whole new bunch of engineers. Some from Case, some from IH, mostly new to system.
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