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scott reid

07-08-2008 09:16:16

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looking at what i think is a rc rear end ser. on it says rcwc is this a rc lower geared rear end?

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07-09-2008 16:26:27

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 Re: rc rear end in reply to scott reid, 07-08-2008 09:16:16  
scott i pull a wd so im not up on it but the guys running the rc rear add a bearing to it that a wc has and it doesnt give them promblems putting the horses to it. the rc rear really helps in the mile an hour classes if running 38 tall tires you can get the rpms up without breaking out

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07-08-2008 22:00:29

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 Re: rc rear end in reply to scott reid, 07-08-2008 09:16:16  
the five tooth pinon gear that was made for the wc is stronger than the one for the rc,,are you going to use it for pulling?

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scott reid

07-09-2008 04:44:55

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 Re: rc rear end in reply to LWD, 07-08-2008 22:00:29  
yes im going to pull the tractor

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07-08-2008 19:05:43

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 Re: rc rear end in reply to scott reid, 07-08-2008 09:16:16  
RC rear ends looks like a WC rear end, but the serial number starts with RC. Has no WC in it. Location of the number is the same as on a WC. 5500 made between 1930-1941. Internal gears are different, to slow it down to accomodate the smaller engine.

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