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Re: WC and WD

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10-03-2002 16:02:55

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With all due respect to some of the posts below, the WC and WD are entirely different tractors with very few interchangeable parts. They look quite similar from a distance, but look at them closely and you'll see. Having said that, the engines are virtually identical and interchangeable with the WD running 100 RPM faster. Some cosmetic things like the hood, grille, gas tank and headlights are similar if not identical. The fenders look similar but mounting brackets are different and you can't interchange then without some cobbling. Then, virtually everything back from the engine is different on the tractors. Transmission, differential, final drives, and wheels are all entirely different. WC has no hydraulic system or provision for mounted implements except for things like cultivators, mowers, etc. One post said that the the only difference was that WD's had snap coupler and WC's did not. That is entirely untrue. In fact, no WD ever came equipped new with a snap coupler. It wasn't introduced until shortly after the WD45 came out. You had to manually attach the implements on the WD under the tractor. Every WD with a snap coupler has been added on.

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