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Re: cockshutt 30/e3 differential swap
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So far things are looking good, I do need to use the complete pinion, ring, planetary, bull pinion, and large brake keeper screws. Looks like the only difference is the shaft that the ring gear rides on is longer and therefore needs the shorter nuts. I may end up driving it out and using my original ring shaft and bull pinion bolts. But again I'm not so sure why I would go through the trouble.
Irv, do you sell parts? I can't get Phil to respond and I'm ready to move forward. I am going to need some engine parts soon (complete piston/cylinder/ring kit, main bearings, ect. Maybe valve guides, cam bearings and a few other odds an ends.
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