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Re: wd-wd45

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Aaron SEIA

04-03-2013 17:09:38

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Major differences were engine displacement 4x4 for a 201 WD and 4 x 4.5" for a 226 WD45, the hand clutch has 3 disks in a WD45 and 2 in a WD, the tranny gears were straight cut in all but the last WD and helical cut in the last WD and all WD45.

To tell them apart, the WD engine has a steel plate on the mag side of the engine and the WD45 ( and late WD) shift lever is curved. Serial number is the best.


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04-04-2013 07:51:44

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 Re: wd-wd45 in reply to Aaron SEIA, 04-03-2013 17:09:38  
Aaron a side line question. Did the late WD's that had the curved shift handle have 2 or 3 plate clutches.


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Brian G. NY

04-04-2013 08:25:53

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 Re: wd-wd45 in reply to 8N-Bob, 04-04-2013 07:51:44  

Not to butt in but if you refer to the 3rd line and the 7th line of my list of "Running Production Changes to the WD and WD-45 Tractors" you will find your answer.

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04-04-2013 08:53:11

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 Re: wd-wd45 in reply to Brian G. NY, 04-04-2013 08:25:53  
Ok thanks I'm bad LOL. I was not sure since my WD has a snap coupler and that distracted me from the next line LOL.


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Brian G. NY

04-04-2013 12:34:37

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 Re: wd-wd45 in reply to 8N-Bob, 04-04-2013 08:53:11  
Yeah, a lot of old WDs have had a snap-coupler system installed including my '51 model my Dad and I rebuilt back in '58/'59 when I was a senior in high school. Still use it all the time.

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