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Re: farmall 400 2nd shift lever ?

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11-08-2012 23:33:48

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Another shot.

I've wondered why nobody in the last four years has never asked me about the smaller shifter. Alot of people have seen that tractor in person. I sometimes think that collectors go to shows for only the social aspects. OTOH, that tractor has two Electralls so maybe the shifter goes unnoticed. Been thinking about four Electralls. The last two would run off the LPTO driven gear at the bottom of the center section.

I had an extra shifter. I figured someday I would use it to shift something. I have been thinking about an axle locker using a heavy jackshaft and two gears connecting the bull gears. One pinion gear would slide on splines, the other would be fixed. It could also run a hydraulic valve.

Someone mentioned the swing over traction aids. They do draw alot of attention. They are on a different 400. They were made in Canada. I have never seen another pair.


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11-09-2012 07:34:33

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 Re: farmall 400 2nd shift lever ? in reply to Wardner, 11-08-2012 23:33:48  
Now them TRACTION AIDS i could have used the last four days . Back when i was a pup my uncle farmed with crawlers and the one advantage was we really did not have a traction problem with them. Everything was done with them the plowing discing planting cultivating and harvest.

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