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Rosemary Smith

08-10-2014 08:10:01

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When did they start putting Sherman transmissions in tractors?

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John Smith8N

08-10-2014 16:45:26

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 Re: Sherman transmissions in reply to Rosemary Smith, 08-10-2014 08:10:01  
The Sherman Step-Up hit the market about 1946. The Sherman combination about 1949-1950. All were dealer or owner installed until about 1957 when Ford began installing them as an option at the factory. I think I have more exact dates filed away somewhere, but can't find them right now.

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08-10-2014 13:30:16

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 Re: Sherman transmissions in reply to Rosemary Smith, 08-10-2014 08:10:01  
I would think after 1942 or '43 because as far as I know they didn't make a sherman with a straight cut gear going into the trans and I can't remember when the trans gear to helical switch was made but it was around that time. I had a sherman in one of my '41's and had to change the tranny gear to helical gear. the 9n's would have had to had the gear changed so if they came out with them before '42/'43 they probably would have made a straight cut gear. Basically nothing set in stone unless someone has more info



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