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Re: 3000 tranny in a 4000?

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02-04-2013 06:48:25

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How do you intend to control the PTO? On the SOS 4000 the PTO was integral to the transmission so you have no controls in the rear end center section....


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02-04-2013 10:45:16

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 Re: 3000 tranny in a 4000? in reply to RodInNS, 02-04-2013 06:48:25  
There is the same hole on the left side of the center housing for the pto handle on my 4000 as there is on a 3000. I assumed the pto parts would swap over? Maybe the SOS center housing doesn't have that hole?

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02-04-2013 11:23:28

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 Re: 3000 tranny in a 4000? in reply to Ultradog MN, 02-04-2013 10:45:16  
I really do't know if it's there or not... Mabey you can add it. I just know the parts are not there as it sits.

I'd also suggest that you check the transmission output shaft ratios... We know that the SOS rear ends have a different ring/pinion because of the SOS's higher output speed. What you might also find is that the 3000 crashbox has an underdrive output ratio... so you ~could~ be compounding a ratio mismatch... Again, I'm only speculating on that as I don't know for certain on that series of tractor. I DO know that on later models like the 10 series the transmission output ratios is what WAS altered to compensate for varying tire sizes and the actual rear end reduction remained the same on all models in a chassis class....


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