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tbear

03-08-2003 16:04:13




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Hello gentlemen and ladies i was wondering how to tell the wc and wd apart i have 2 wc's i believe and a'm wondering how i can be sure and where do you find the serial number so i can find out what year my tractors are i also have an old frame with iron wheels that is missing an engine. thnx for any and all help




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Farmall Daddy

03-09-2003 11:18:34




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 Re: WC or WD in reply to tbear, 03-08-2003 16:04:13  
A WD will have a snap coupler, hydrolics, traction booster, and a standard pto. WC's don't have hydro's, or snap coupler. WC's pto is up under the motor and requires a stub shaft to connect it to the back. They have the same motor but different rpm's and power. On a WC, the serial number will be on the rear end on the transfer case {what I call it}, that is just below the seat on the styled WC's. Find your serial number and post it so I could look it up for you. Good Luck!!

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tbear

03-10-2003 19:58:32




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 Re: Re: WC or WD in reply to Farmall Daddy, 03-09-2003 11:18:34  
Hello I'm sure i have 3 wc but one i can't find the ser number for i'll check near the brake lever tomorrow all have the hand brakes,the long shift under the tank.None of them have the hand clutch or foot brakes the first ser is iron wheels no engine ser wc 661xx the next is tempearly a parts tractor that i plan on fixing ser is wc 1071xx the 3rd my work tractor i have rearend off and am using the parts rearend temporary i can't find ser number looks more like a ford rearend in shape.I'll check for ser near brake lever tomoorowt thnx for your help tbear

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Farmall Daddy

03-23-2003 16:55:38




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 Re: Re: Re: WC or WD in reply to tbear, 03-10-2003 19:58:32  
661xx= 1938
1071= 1948



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dan wc ne wyo

03-11-2003 19:10:15




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 Re: Re: Re: WC or WD in reply to tbear, 03-10-2003 19:58:32  
sounds like your 3rd rear hsing is a steel one instead of cast iron these were used during ww II manufacture. look above the top of the "bowl" on the rear of the diff. hsng. flat surface around the top and rear numbers are 3/8 to 1/2 inch tall may be covered by paint. stamping will face you same as the ones on the square pad. HTH dan ne wyo



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Aaron

03-09-2003 06:29:18




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 Re: WC or WD in reply to tbear, 03-08-2003 16:04:13  
WC had hand brakes, no hand clutch, no hydraulics, no lift arms, a completly different throttle setup, the transmission was way under the gas tank with a long shift lever, it had a solid mounted drawbar, not the removable one of the WD, had different sized rear tires, different style rims, the battery (if it even had one) wasmounted on the side of the frame, the WD was right in front of the seat. WC serial number is directly above the PTO on the rear housing, starts wit WCxxx, WD serial number is on the left brake housing stamped into a flat spot on the casting. Starts with WDxxx. Engines were basically the same, with some differences in manifolds and governers.
Aaron

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Eric Perry

03-08-2003 18:56:14




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 Re: WC or WD in reply to tbear, 03-08-2003 16:04:13  
I was told that a WC has a rear axle that looks like an old style truck rear end and that the brakes are controlled by a handle that comes out of the top of the final drive housing.
The serial number is stamped on a cast pad on the top of the rear end housing.
I havn't seen a WD but have been told that the engine in a WC & WD are the same.
If I can find an E-mail I got with the differences, I'll forward it to you.
I have been wanting to get two WC's from a salvage yard in my area but every time I go there to talk to the owner about them, we start talking about something else and I don't get a chance to ask about them. I'll try to get there again once the snow clears.
Hope this info was helpfull, Eric Perry

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