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10-04-2019 14:41:51

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just bought what i think is a wc for parts for my road patrol behind the trans in place of a driveshaft is a small trans i think it has a shift lever on the right side can someone tell me what it is and its use

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10-04-2019 18:49:44

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 Re: what is it in reply to kmdfarm, 10-04-2019 14:41:51  
over the years I had several WC's and used it when stopped to open a gate of other brief stops- much handier than shifting the transmission to neutral and then back into gear.

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Shaun Wallace

10-04-2019 18:15:30

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 Re: what is it in reply to kmdfarm, 10-04-2019 14:41:51  
There also is a unit that goes in place of cult lift. Aftermarket clutch that gives live pto. I have one on WC out in parts row.

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10-04-2019 16:30:50

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 Re: what is it in reply to kmdfarm, 10-04-2019 14:41:51  
if it looks like this, it's a transmission disconnect
 photo disconnect.jpg

if it looks like this, it's a power lift system
 photo P1010050_zpsuf74ptog.jpg
 photo coupler.jpg

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Aaron SEIA

10-04-2019 15:13:08

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 Re: what is it in reply to kmdfarm, 10-04-2019 14:41:51  
I can't see the picture so I'm going to guess. You bought a WC for parts. Behind the transmission there is either a plate or a cultivator lift. The lever you wonder about is probably the factory transmission disconnect. The cultivator lift is driven by the transmission and up/down was a simple lick of a pedal. If Jr was playing on the tractor one day and tripped it, the cultivator would drop. If you were parked in a bad spot, you had no choice but to move to raise the cultivator. The disconnect allows you to unhook the driveline and let you work the lift without moving. Assuming you bought a stock WC.


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10-05-2019 18:33:00

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 Re: what is it in reply to Aaron SEIA, 10-04-2019 15:13:08  
Early WC lifts had a toothed outer ring, and a special lever was used to operate the lift by hand, like when some kid tripped the cultivator when the tractor was already driven up to the shed wall...

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