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Dual trannys in wd.

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Greg in Ne.

04-13-2003 06:21:34




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Hi, I was in a tractor junk yard in Maxwell Nebraska and i saw two wd`s with dual trannys. The owner said it was done to get the allis gear range down for slower ground speed. If anyone has any info on this and how it is done i would really appreciate it. Thanks Greg




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JMS/MN

04-14-2003 21:54:46




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 Re: Dual trannys in wd. in reply to Greg in Ne., 04-13-2003 06:21:34  
How about posting his phone number- I'd like to find out what he is talking about? I remember a hand clutch that could be installed to provide live pto power on a WC but never heard of a dual tranny on a WD. Must have been something that would let the Farmalls and JDs catch up with them. Thanks.



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tim[in]

04-14-2003 21:37:40




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 Re: Dual trannys in wd. in reply to Greg in Ne., 04-13-2003 06:21:34  
probably was a couple of styled WC s.



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wdTom

04-15-2003 18:42:49




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 Re: Re: Dual trannys in wd. in reply to tim[in], 04-14-2003 21:37:40  
Yes, this seems the likely thing. If someone wasn't an orange guy a styled WC could be mistaken for a WD or 45.



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wdTom

04-13-2003 18:13:33




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 Re: Dual trannys in wd. in reply to Greg in Ne., 04-13-2003 06:21:34  
I have read a number of AC books, never saw anything about dual transmissions. WCs had a two speed transmission that could be put in the drive line, there was a space behind the transmission that would accept it, taken up by the hydraulics and hand clutch of the WD and 45. I would be interested to know more though.



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buford

04-16-2003 18:59:46




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 Re: Re: Dual trannys in wd. in reply to wdTom, 04-13-2003 18:13:33  
I have a wc with the xtra tranny don;t know if it works as I have been working on the engine but it is all there will let you knowlater



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