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A.C 7050

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12-26-2007 22:25:19

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Hey everybody,
I believe i have asked this before. I posted the message about the tranny for the 7050 allis. We decided now that we are going to just pull it now in an altered farm class. 510 cube limit, A-pump and a 2.3 turbo, cranking 3250 RPM`s. The question is, what all can i gut from the tractor? i Need something that will hold the HP. can i get rid of the toque limiter, and such. Also would factory gears hold up to the pressure? Thanks!! any info would be great.

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12-28-2007 15:30:12

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 Re: A.C 7050 in reply to Dieselkid, 12-26-2007 22:25:19  
I'd be careful about having a shaft made unless someone or some company offers it in high performance like 856 said go to the puller section because the steel type and Rockwell hardness becomes an issue with the torque being applied to the steel if you think the shaft you have is strong enough you can have it tested at a good machine shop and they can find out what it is. The shaft breaking is one thing but with a cast iron housing a lot of things happen fast that can ruin a whole rearend and oil pouring out everywhere. Been there done that.Good Luck CT

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12-27-2007 05:22:19

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 Re: A.C 7050 in reply to Dieselkid, 12-26-2007 22:25:19  
what weight class is it? the stock trans should take quite a bit of power for 300 feet. no you cant take out the touquelimiter its what hooks the engine to the trans. you can add another spring so it wont slip as easy.

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12-27-2007 07:40:35

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 Re: A.C 7050 in reply to 856puller, 12-27-2007 05:22:19  
the weight class is 9,000. I should not have any trouble getting it down their with every thing stripped. Is their any way to make a double disc or a triple disc clutch work? Some people iv talked to said ounce you get around 250 horses they will start to slip. Also what gear ratios do you think i would need? Faster gears slower ECT. I just want something thats gonna hold for a while. Splitting these tractors is not the funnest thing to do!! thanks for the info

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12-28-2007 05:27:36

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 Re: A.C 7050 in reply to Dieselkid, 12-27-2007 07:40:35  
I could be wrong but 9000 seems light for that tractor. i dont know about the double discyou may have to to extend the splines on the input shaft. we put two spring washers on a few that had slipping problems they would not slip but would blow the centers after awhile. you should bring it up on the pulling board here maybe some one could help. it may be a good idea to start in a more stock class and get your feet wet first.

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12-28-2007 09:42:26

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 Re: A.C 7050 in reply to 856puller, 12-28-2007 05:27:36  
thanks for the reply. 9000 pounds is the most stock class we have here. 9000 pounds, 510 cubes, A pump, 2.3 turbo opening, Max 20.8-38 tires, 3250 RPM`s, yea i figured i wold have to have a new input shaft made. But this is the most stock class offerd, other than doing the MPH classes. Which if i could i want to stay away from those. Thanks!!

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