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Making a power unit out of WD?

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TWL

02-05-2014 07:34:37




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I'm making a power unit of of a junked wd.I only have the engine and transmission. I want to run a belt pulley to a feed grinder. I have the engine on a running gear. I don't know what to do with the imput shaft from the transmission. I need it to run the belt pulley. Would any of you have any idea on how to make this work. Thank you for your help.




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TWL

02-08-2014 16:21:18




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 Re: Making a power unit out of WD? in reply to TWL, 02-05-2014 07:34:37  
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Thank you all for the help. TWL



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DonBC

02-06-2014 09:17:18




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 Re: Making a power unit out of WD? in reply to TWL, 02-05-2014 07:34:37  
If you cut off the transmission shaft you would have to put a good sized pillow block bearing at the end of the shaft. This would hold the shaft in place and couteract the side thrust from the belt.



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Tramway Guy

02-06-2014 08:33:08




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 Re: Making a power unit out of WD? in reply to TWL, 02-05-2014 07:34:37  
According to the AGCO parts books, the clutch housing for a WD and WC have the same part number. So a WC transmission would bolt right on and provide you with an easy way to use the regular belt pulley form a "W" series tractor.



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BushogPapa

02-05-2014 16:05:23




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 Re: Making a power unit out of WD? in reply to TWL, 02-05-2014 07:34:37  
At one time, every ride at the "Fair" was powered by one of these AC Power-Plants..

Sorry I do not remember what the rear of the unit looked like..

Ron.



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steve(ill)

02-08-2014 06:21:43




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 Re: Making a power unit out of WD? in reply to BushogPapa, 02-05-2014 16:05:23  
Most units at the "fair" were CE125 motors like a B or model C tractor. THey were fixed up with a bell housing with a clutch and PTO drive mounted into the special bell housing. THey did not use the tractor bell housing or transmission parts.



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Tramway Guy

02-05-2014 14:50:19




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 Re: Making a power unit out of WD? in reply to TWL, 02-05-2014 07:34:37  
You need to have the bell housing, shaft and something to support the shaft. Rather than the WD torque tube as in a WD tractor, A WC transmission might be the simplest. It should bolt onto the bell housing and thereby provide support for the bevel gear that drives the WC/RC/WD belt pulley attachment.
Maybe the WD transmission will work also (without the torque tube in between), but I doubt it).

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m-m jac

02-05-2014 13:58:13




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 Re: Making a power unit out of WD? in reply to TWL, 02-05-2014 07:34:37  
if you have motor/bell,trans. you will have the pulley or the hole for pulley , install ,done'''.



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TWL

02-06-2014 06:24:25




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The input shaft from the WD stays with the transmission when it is separated. I think I have to cut the shaft but I dont know how to keep it in the bell housing.



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