As long as your lever was on the right side it was a Hupp transmission, if the lever had been on the left side above the clutch it would have been a Sherman transmission. Then there was one on the right in the rear end (think it was a Howard) that only was used when using a rototiller to slow the tractor ground speed down and let the rototiller continue operating at normal speed. I understand if you tried pulling stumps using the Howard you would wipe the gears out very quickly. All three of these were after market and none were installed at the factory.
Re: 6x2 TO-30 in reply to Usually_Befuddled, 01-04-2013 19:35:27
All transmissions were crammed into the case without adding overall length with the exception of the Everett trenching transmission. That would add 10.5 inches to the overall length of the tractor as it was positioned between the stock transmission and the final drive.
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