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Re: compatible rear ends to a 2255

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01-12-2013 05:42:34

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Thanks everyone. We have a 4wd and I am looking to see what possible tractors would have the same lower trany shaft and pinion gear. We are trying to find one since ours has one tooth chipping out. My Oliver mechanic stated there were a number of 2wd tractors that came equipped with the longer shaft and a bigger cover on the front of the trany where the speedo cable attaches. Would a lower shaft from a 2150 with planetaries be the same as a 2255? I have all the other parts from a G-1355 rear end but it appears I may need to get a different set of high range gears. Would the lower shaft from a 4-150 be the same?

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01-12-2013 07:00:57

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 Re: compatible rear ends to a 2255 in reply to MikeO-WI, 01-12-2013 05:42:34  
Your said: My Oliver mechanic stated there were a number of 2wd tractors that came equipped with the longer shaft and a bigger cover on the front of the trany where the speedo cable attaches. That is true, but it will need to be from a 2255. Remember this was also an expensive option to add the MFW so it may have been cheaper to trade. We sold 1 1850 equipped that was equipped that way and the transmission code number was different as well.

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