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WC WD differences

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Jeff

03-03-1999 17:55:25




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Recently ran across wha tappears to be either a WD or WC. How do I tell the difference and where are the serial numbers located. I'm fairly new to the old tractor game so its difficult to tell them apart. Any help and, or suggestions would be very helpful. Thanks in advance




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Len

03-04-1999 21:39:09




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 Re: WC WD differences in reply to Jeff, 03-03-1999 17:55:25  
WD has hand clutch in addition to foot clutch.Also WD has hydraulics.



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Brian Watson

03-04-1999 08:43:36




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 Re: WC WD differences in reply to Jeff, 03-03-1999 17:55:25  
The easiest way to tell is does it have hand brakes? if so it is a wc. All wd's have foot brakes. On a wc if you look on the rearend there will be a place on it near the center as you look at it from the rear that has numbers stamped in it. Look cloosely, if the rear is pressed steel and not cast iron as most are it is a war production era machine. The transmissions are very different. A wd will have a short straight shifter or a short curved shifter. A wc will have a long curved one with a reverse lockout on the lever.
Hope this helps Brian

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