Re: 200 Allis in reply to FastFarmall, 07-22-2019 18:31:54
The transmissions were essentially the same as far as size and strength of the components. The ring and pinion gear set was larger (10 to 39 teeth versus 9 to 35 teeth) for more strength. The bull gears and bull pinions were wider for more strength and longer service life. As far as 35% goes (I never saw that printed anywhere) I suppose that could be correct. Shipping weight ?? I know the front support under the radiator got hollowed out on the later 200's and probably the early models too. Fifty pounds of iron in the final drives is a lot of extra gear strength.
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