Topic: Re: compatible rear ends to a 2255
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The Moline G1355, White 2270,and low serial numbered White 2-150 did use the same shafts,1/3,2/5,4/6 transmission gears, planetaries and differential final drives as an Oliver 2255.
The only difference was in the High range and Low range gear sets.Those pairs of gears had a lower ratio and were changed due to the higher rated rpm of the Caterpilar engine.
The later Serial numbered White 2-150 also used different 2/5 and 4/6 gear sets.They were different gear tooth counts but close in actual ratio to the earlier serial numbers.
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