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ca tranny in a c

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Justin SE IOWA

02-13-2011 18:55:57




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Will a tranny from a ca fit in a c? I want to make it go faster for tractor rides! Any ideas?




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Max(ia)

02-15-2011 17:28:56




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 Re: ca tranny in a c in reply to Justin SE IOWA, 02-13-2011 18:55:57  
Took my CA on my very first Tractor Ride. Did pretty good keeping up until lunch. After lunch had a plug fowl, cleaned it up and took off again. Never saw the rest of the folks until the afternoon break when they stopped and I caught up.
Ran it through radar once. 10mph with 12-4 tires.
Needless to say, never took it again. lol



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Justin SE IOWA

02-14-2011 18:10:21




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 Re: ca tranny in a c in reply to Justin SE IOWA, 02-13-2011 18:55:57  
thanks for your help!



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dakota dave

02-14-2011 16:53:10




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 Re: ca tranny in a c in reply to Justin SE IOWA, 02-13-2011 18:55:57  
You C has the same final ratio as a CA. changing the trany will not make it go faster. to get the higher road speed of the CA you need to increase the RPM and install the bigger tires from a CA



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JMS/.MN

02-13-2011 19:52:23




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 Re: ca tranny in a c in reply to Justin SE IOWA, 02-13-2011 18:55:57  
CRS says top speed on the Model C is 8 mph, on the CA it is 11.25. Tire size will have an impact.



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steve(ill)

02-13-2011 19:21:39




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 Re: ca tranny in a c in reply to Justin SE IOWA, 02-13-2011 18:55:57  
yes it will fit. the CA is a 4 speed... but i think the 1st gear is extra low. Im not sure 4th is "fast".



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chalmersbob(pa)

02-14-2011 18:42:20




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 Re: ca tranny in a c in reply to steve(ill), 02-13-2011 19:21:39  

The C is rated @ 1500 RPM, the CA @ 1650 RPM
here are the transmission ratios.
1st: C 2.5 mph, CA 2 mph
2nd: C 4 mph, CA 3.5 mph
3rd: C 7.5, CA 4.5 mph
4th CA 11.25
So you can see the difference in top speed is the transmission and the higher RPM on the CA.
Bob



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Brian G. NY

02-15-2011 13:52:11




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 Re: ca tranny in a c in reply to chalmersbob(pa), 02-14-2011 18:42:20  
I believe "high" (3rd in the C and 4th in the CA)are both direct so the difference in top gear between the C and CA has to be attributed to the larger tires and higher governed RPMs of the CA.
The CA 4 speeds give some more versality and allow more effective use of the engine's power.
JMHO



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