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WC steel rear?

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slowsmoke

10-02-2009 15:56:22




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Are there other rear end ratio's for the steel rear WC? Need to slow it down a little! Thanks.




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Mike Bock

10-11-2009 18:41:58




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 Re: WC steel rear? in reply to slowsmoke, 10-02-2009 15:56:22  
RC REAR GEARS will work slows it down about right for big rubber will bolt right in need to use wc carrier with 4 spider gears rc carrier just had to gears will break if put under strain found that out the hard way ,chipped tooth off of high dollar rc gear i welded new tooth on still running after five years of pulling with 60 horse motor



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Leroy

10-03-2009 18:50:11




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 Re: WC steel rear? in reply to slowsmoke, 10-02-2009 15:56:22  
We read your question as steel wheels with lugs not oversized rubber tires.



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slowsmoke

10-04-2009 05:15:57




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 Re: WC steel rear? in reply to Leroy, 10-03-2009 18:50:11  
It"s a stock puller, on rubber tires. I have a stamped steel rear end I want to install, to save some weight, just wanted to re-ratio the rear end to slow it down.



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jd plowboy

10-04-2009 05:34:16




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 Re: WC steel rear? in reply to slowsmoke, 10-04-2009 05:15:57  
i had a 1935 unstyled wc and a 1945 wc with the steel rear and they both weighed pretty much the same as far as weight. i dont think there is much difference in the weight.



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ohio

10-04-2009 17:10:00




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 Re: WC steel rear? in reply to jd plowboy, 10-04-2009 05:34:16  
The stamped housing isn't lighter than the cast one? Care to wager?



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JMS/.MN

10-02-2009 21:49:30




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 Re: WC steel rear? in reply to slowsmoke, 10-02-2009 15:56:22  
Why do you need to slow it down a bit?



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slowsmoke

10-03-2009 03:02:58




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 Re: WC steel rear? in reply to JMS/.MN, 10-02-2009 21:49:30  
It"s a puller. runs out of motor. 14.9/38"s might have something to do with it!!!
Didn"t know if an "RC" ring and pinion would go into the stamped steel rear end.



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ohio

10-04-2009 06:40:53




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 Re: WC steel rear? in reply to slowsmoke, 10-03-2009 03:02:58  
I think the carriers are the same. Just different housings. I'll bet the steel housing is good for a couple of hundred lbs. I'm glad it's you buying 38" rubber, and not me!



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