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Re: compatible rear ends to a 2255

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01-11-2013 20:38:33

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All of the transmission gears in a White 4-180 were the same as an oliver 2255. The planetaries are diffeent. They were a faster ratio due to the White 4-180 not having an Over/Under hydraul shift.This change allowed the tractor to have a higher road travel speed in direct drive.The White 4-180 used a planetary that was also used on Oliver 2050's. It is aproximately 3/4-1" narrower.

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01-12-2013 12:45:59

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 Re: compatible rear ends to a 2255 in reply to 2255tr, 01-11-2013 20:38:33  
So... Could you take the gears ( or entire transmission) out of a 4-180 to get a faster road gear? How much faster would it be? Just's a long drive between some of my fields.

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01-12-2013 15:30:44

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 Re: compatible rear ends to a 2255 in reply to klw445, 01-12-2013 12:45:59  
The only gear ratios that are different from a White 4-180 to an Oliver 2255 are the planetaries. Both tractors use the same transmission/differential/final drives gears.
When it came time to speed up my Oliver 2255 that I tractor pull.I used White 2-150 Hi and Low range gear sets and a pair of White 4-180 planetaries.On 20.8x38 Firestone23' tires road speed (6th gear overdrive) at 3000 Rpm is 26 Mph on a GPS.

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