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7030 to 7060

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06-07-2009 19:42:51

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I was wondering if there were any differences between a 7030 and 7060 power director transmission. If the 7030 power director would hold up to the hp of the 7060.thanks

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06-09-2009 08:02:00

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 Re: 7030 to 7060 in reply to missouri_farmer, 06-07-2009 19:42:51  
I have a 7060 long axle rearend to put in it and a 7030 powerdirector transmission but my first gear on the top shaft seized while running in 5th and now wouldnt move, and the rearend was giving me trouble also. I just wasnt sure if the transmission would bolt up and hold up to the power increase. thanks for the help

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cadet trooper

06-11-2009 15:13:41

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 Re: 7030 to 7060 in reply to missouri_farmer, 06-09-2009 08:02:00  
BTW I know you're not going to like this but you may want to use the 7030 or 7040 torque limiter spacers to reduce the possible damage to the rearend, torque limiters are not a problem Deere has used them for years AC had a problem with them because of engine rear seal issues. IMHO

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06-08-2009 15:44:55

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 Re: 7030 to 7060 in reply to missouri_farmer, 06-07-2009 19:42:51  
Skyhigh is right I don't think the wet plate PD is a problem but if I remember right the 7030-7040-7045 and 7050 had a 3-1/2 axle verses the 7060's 3-3/4" All the 7000 series tractors except the true 7000 were planetary final drives which made them more robust except it tends to put all the power to the axle which wouldn't be a problem unless you run heavy weights and duals which puts extreme loads on the outboard bearings and axles. I don't think the gears are a problem as much as the axle area. FYI the long axle 7060 and stock 7080 have 4" axles. FYI the main shaft size might be an indication of issues.

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06-08-2009 15:52:34

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 Re: 7030 to 7060 in reply to cadet trooper, 06-08-2009 15:44:55  
BTW,you may also need to grab the radiator and fan because the 7060 was intercooled which made the radiator much bigger and the fan with more blades.

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06-08-2009 10:17:40

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 Re: 7030 to 7060 in reply to missouri_farmer, 06-07-2009 19:42:51  
I'm not an expert on the 7000 series. Are you just replacing the PD transmission or also swapping out the whole rear end? I believe the transmissions will interchange as a whole unit but now sure of the strength difference. I would not recommend swapping rear ends as the 7030/7040/7045 I believe were 2 pinion rear ends and 7050/7060 were 4 pinion ones. Hopefully someone more knowledgeable will post more. Mike

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