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Re: looking for a reverser trans

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01-15-2013 10:38:50

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Hello Wes , You will be looking for a long time looking for a Sherman Manual Reverser for n series because they NEVER made one . First ones came out for 600/800 series tractors and were much more popular with the 601/801 - 2000/4000 tractors but with fine spline input shafts . Shift linkage mounted to the steering box on left or right hand sides depending on application . Since n series had a different steering box you won't be able to use shift linkage without modification just depends on how much time and money you have to spend on it . Sherman Step-ups can't be converted to a reverser for the main reason they are to small case design compared to the reverser case never mind the cost of making parts to do it . Ford started building their own Rough Terrain Forklifts in 1960 on the Heavy Duty Industrial chassis that lifted to a max of 6000 lbs before they moved to the later 3 cyl. chassis . I don't beleive any of the aftermarket forklifts for the n series lifted more 1000 lbs because of the weak rear ends in them . Depending on what you are going to lift and the weight you want to lift why not just look for a older real rough terrain forklift and be done with it ? 3 tractors wont last long after you break all of the rear ends in them . Thanks Tony

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