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Larry NCKS

12-12-2012 05:21:41

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Well . . . I learned something new! I didn't know IH TAs were ever put in 9000s. Maybe the IH that the thing was robbed from had it replaced with a ford DP???? :lol: :roll: :lol:

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Paul in MN

12-12-2012 19:02:03

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 Re: Ford Farming in reply to Larry NCKS, 12-12-2012 05:21:41  

If it is my post below that you are refering to, I apologize for the error. I could not remember the name Ford gave to their power shift system. And I did look at the decals on the tractor yesterday, reminding myself that Ford's name for the power shift section is "Dual Power". As we have had more IH's with failed TAs, I could remember that term.

The great thing about the Ford design is that it will hold the tractor back on a downhill, unlike the early TAs from IH. Secondly, the DP is a completely self contained unit located in the bell housing attached to the front of the tranny. So it can be removed for servicing without disassembling the tranny, very much unlike the TA located at the bottom of the tranny in the IH 3688.

I had no intentions of suggesting that Ford used the IH TA. I have disassembled both, and they are vastly different, with most advantages (as I see it) going toward the Ford DP. Sorry I confused you.

Paul in MN

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12-12-2012 06:22:52

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 Re: Ford Farming in reply to Larry NCKS, 12-12-2012 05:21:41  
I never heard that one before... but the 8/9000's lower link sensing IS IH's bending bar system, used under licence.


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Larry NCKS

12-12-2012 08:50:18

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 Re: Ford Farming in reply to RodInNS, 12-12-2012 06:22:52  
I don't suppose that's all that crossed over. Isn't the front axle on the 2WD Genesis tractor an IH design too?

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12-12-2012 14:57:56

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 Re: Ford Farming in reply to Larry NCKS, 12-12-2012 08:50:18  
Not that I know of... I assumed that the 2WD axle would have been their own design. The supersteer was originally a Spicer/Dana.


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Shetland Sheepdog

12-12-2012 05:25:45

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 Re: Ford Farming in reply to Larry NCKS, 12-12-2012 05:21:41  
:? BHNP comes to mind! :wink: :lol:

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