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Warner Gear Tranny ?

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Herb W

07-01-2010 10:47:33

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Hi Guys,
I've acquired a Warner Gear transmission which I believe came from an allis - just trying to determine which model(s) it was used in.

The id marks are: WG DIV T9 1P W1

It has a pto outlet on one side.
Think it's from an AC because of the orange paint, and the part No. on the shift lever is AC 9A 2R.

Anyone know?

Herb Mb

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Clark Yale

07-01-2010 18:37:56

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 Re: Warner Gear Tranny ? in reply to Herb W, 07-01-2010 10:47:33  
T-9 's were used in alot of older forkifts too

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Herb W

07-02-2010 05:16:30

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 Re: Warner Gear Tranny ? in reply to Clark Yale, 07-01-2010 18:37:56  
Ah, that seems a lot more likely - probably from a forklift w a flathead continental.


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Herb W

07-01-2010 16:50:12

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 Re: Warner Gear Tranny ? in reply to Herb W, 07-01-2010 10:47:33  
Thanks guys!
Okay, never heard of the snow tractor before... just did some reading about it - very interesting. The trans I have does have traces of orange paint though. If AC didn't use it in anything else, seems unlikely that it would have been orange under the white...
Does the part No. from the shift lever look like a legit AC part No? Would that help to nail down the application of the tranny?


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Tramway Guy

07-01-2010 16:22:04

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 Re: Warner Gear Tranny ? in reply to Herb W, 07-01-2010 10:47:33  
The only thing Allis that it could be from is the 'M7(?)' Snow tractor, which used a Jeep engine and transmission. But it was painted white.
You have the famous Warner Gear T9. Probably almost as common as dirt.

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07-01-2010 15:16:47

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 Re: Warner Gear Tranny ? in reply to Herb W, 07-01-2010 10:47:33  
been a LOOOONG time since Allis built a flat head motor. sorry, im no help.

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Herb W

07-01-2010 13:12:29

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 Re: Warner Gear Tranny ? in reply to Herb W, 07-01-2010 10:47:33  
Forgot to add: The fellow I got it from said it had been attached to a 4 cyl flathead.

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