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Re: Unstyled A slower high range gears

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10-22-2012 14:07:24

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nebraska test says it's 2.5 in first,3.5 in second and 4.5 in 3rd with stock tires my calculator says with 16.9 x 38 tires 1243 rpm will get you 5 in second . if 5 will get it done it would be 2nd for me .

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10-22-2012 18:24:19

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 Re: Unstyled A slower high range gears in reply to dblair, 10-22-2012 14:07:24  
2nd does get it done for me up to 7000 with 18.4's 4 and 5 mph im looking for more options in light classes i have the engine i want the slower high range gears for 3750 4000 4250 4500 4.5 and 5mph in 3rd thanks

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10-25-2012 19:23:14

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 Re: Unstyled A slower high range gears in reply to Josh Blackburn, 10-22-2012 18:24:19  
Josh i i have a 38 with the "slow" reduction gears but when i changed from the "fast" or unstyled gears i only slowed down by .5 mph. so with the "slow gears and 15.5s i am running right at 3.8 mph at 1100 rpm in 3rd gear. not sure it this helps you but that is the diffrence in the gears in the same tractor with smaller tires.

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