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Re: Select-O-Speed (SOS) Quick ID, ORC vs DDC

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Sean in PA

04-12-2013 04:11:41
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The C0NN casting number just means that the casting was designed in 1960. The design could have been finished and the designs filed with their records department on 12/31/60, and then they could have started using that casting to build transmissions as early as May or June of 1962 for tractors they would be building in August of 1962, which was about when they started making the new 1963 model year tractors, but since they were officially 1963 model year tractors, the part number would have started C3NN, not C2NN. So that's a spread of only about a year and a half between designing the casting and starting to build transmissions using that casting. I figure in reality it was probably somewhere in the 1.5 to 2 year range. That makes sense to me if they wanted to build some DDC transmissions to field test the new design before they started rolling them out to customers, especially after the black eye that they had already taken from rushing the first S-O-S design out the door.

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KCM

04-12-2013 14:43:03
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 Re: Select-O-Speed (SOS) Quick ID, ORC vs DDC in reply to Sean in PA, 04-12-2013 04:11:41  
It makes total sense that they would have redesigned the casting back in 1960 to build some research and development models for the DDC before going into full production in 1963. Don't know why that didn't occur to me. Guess I'm used to the car part numbers where the decade and year usually refer to the first model year the part was used. I'm sure there was more development time allowed on the SOS DDC, especially after their ORC debacle. Thanks Sean.

This has been an interesting thread. Didn't think it would create so many responses. Thanks everyone.

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TONY JACOBS

04-12-2013 06:41:24
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 Re: Select-O-Speed (SOS) Quick ID, ORC vs DDC in reply to Sean in PA, 04-12-2013 04:11:41  
Hello Sean , The C0NN7006B transmissions were installed in the 1962 BLUE and GRAY TRACTORS built in AUGUST of 1962 until Dec. of 1962 and they were sold as 1962 tractors(since there was only 5 months of 1962 production that is why there is only a small amount of C0NN Trans.'s around versus the C3NN Trans. which had a three year 1963-1965 plus warranty and over the parts counter sales) they were not sold as 1963 tractors until Jan. of 1963 , it is the same as Ford selling the the 1963 1/2 Galaxie 500 not a 1964 Galaxie 500 or the 1964 1/2 Mustang not a 1965 Mustang that's the way they did it back then not the way they do it today where they sell cars 2014 cars in 2013 . Just as in Mid Year 1954 Ford brought out the 600 / 800 tractors during NAA production and sold them as 1954 tractors not 1955 tractors . Thanks Tony

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