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DaveInMI

09-03-2003 05:29:43




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There's a WD in the tractors for sale pictures that has been reversed. I've seen a few WCs done that way. Can the internals of the banjo housing be flipped on the WD?




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DaveInMI

09-04-2003 05:40:46




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 Re: How did they do that? in reply to DaveInMI, 09-03-2003 05:29:43  
Thanks folks. I'm tempted to try it.



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JMS/MN

09-03-2003 23:27:23




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 Re: How did they do that? in reply to DaveInMI, 09-03-2003 05:29:43  
Yes- it is very simple- easier than on a WC, because it requires no grinding of the casting. Just pull the axles out, remove the ring gear, and rebolt it after flipping it over. Did mine in '78-'79. Provides great traction with weight on the rear axle instead of the front.



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w

09-03-2003 18:22:16




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 Re: How did they do that? in reply to DaveInMI, 09-03-2003 05:29:43  
yes, you can place the ring gear on the other side of the pinion gear, reverseing everything.



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Picture

09-03-2003 10:03:46




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 Re: How did they do that? in reply to DaveInMI, 09-03-2003 05:29:43  
third party image



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old fart

09-04-2003 00:07:35




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 Re: Re: How did they do that? in reply to Picture, 09-03-2003 10:03:46  


is this possible on a farmall,or allis only.Thanks and have a great day.



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RayP(MI)

09-04-2003 19:07:32




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 Re: Re: Re: How did they do that? in reply to old fart, 09-04-2003 00:07:35  
When I was in college in the late '60s I worked summers at a pickle factory. We had a couple Farmall yard tractors converted to rear mounted fork-lifts. Drive was reversed, so apparently they can be! Thesse were probably C or Super C tractors, but it's been a long time, so don't hold me to that! They were pretty good tractors, so the conversion must have been pretty well conceived, and done.



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RJ-AZ

09-04-2003 17:13:28




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 Re: Re: Re: How did they do that? in reply to old fart, 09-04-2003 00:07:35  
This was a pretty common thing to do in cotton country where AC. JD and IH Tractors were put under cotton pickers. Some used adapters on the axles and extended forks for a single tricycle steering tire.



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