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Brian G. NY

01-23-2013 12:18:23
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Old, if it is a WD-45 it will have the tranny with the hellical cut gears. That transmission comes with a curved shifter. Allis began installing that newer tranny in the WDs starting with Ser.#127007 in 1952. The earlier WDs came equipped with straight cut geared trannys with a straight shifter.
The two shifters are not compatible with one another without modification.
That's not to say that a helical cut tranny could not have had a straight shifter adapted to it. For what reason, I cannot imagine, though.
I agree that the 201 WD and 226 WD-45 engine blocks are interchangeble and that accounts for Allis furnishing the newer WD-45 block as a replacement for both the WD and WD-45 tractors once their stock of the earlier blocks was exhausted.

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01-23-2013 15:24:31
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 Re: wd or wd45 in reply to Brian G. NY, 01-23-2013 12:18:23  
As I said the WD45 I have has the straight shifter on it or so close to straight it is not funny. I did check the numbers before we got it to make sure it was a WD45 since it had the straight shifter but the block did not have the bolt on plate so at first figure a mutt but found it to be a true WD45



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