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Re: MH 30 gearing?

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Zack b

01-14-2014 14:54:22

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What are the differences in ratios between the transmission inputs? And is there any way other than counting teeth to tell what I have and what a different transmission has? Thanks

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Mike in Mn.

01-14-2014 21:09:03

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 Re: MH 30 gearing? in reply to Zack b, 01-14-2014 14:54:22  
Counting teeth would give you an answer for sure. I don't know this for sure but I have always been told that the 30 and 44-6 Masseys were geared a little lower than the 33 and 44's because the flathead engines ran so much faster, same ring and pinion but slower in low gear, if that is true then you already have the slow gear in your 30. You would have to get into a parts book, I don't have one.

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01-15-2014 07:56:59

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 Re: MH 30 gearing? in reply to Mike in Mn., 01-14-2014 21:09:03  
1st, 4th, and 5th are the same across all 30's, 33's and 44's
2nd, and 3rd were slower in 30's and 44-6's to compensate for faster engine speed...

Smaller tire or custom gears is about the only way to slow that 30 down.

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