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Case 930/2090 transmission

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Michael Siebers

02-27-2010 03:43:18

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we are pulling with a case 2090 with power shift and now we are searching for a manual 8 gear transmission. Is it possible to fix a transmission from a case 930 to the 2090 engine?
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Best regards from Germany, Europe

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02-28-2010 05:28:31

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 Re: Case 930/2090 transmission in reply to Jonathan Le Sage, 02-27-2010 03:43:18  
J, yes that is the problem, in the real hot classes the C2 clutch will not stand the heat generated to load the turbo to gain enough HP to start the sled in the high gears, one pull will warp the clutches!!! With the manual tranny, most of those tractors are pulling in 7th or with the gearing they have installed what they call 7 1/2 and some have power to go beyond that . With the manual tranny they install a multiple plate slipper with no PP springs, just weighted fingers to pressurize the plates as the rpm's increase. As the rpm's increase so does the clutch load and as a result so does the boost till there is enough hp available to start the sled in those gears, thats a quick and dirty explanation of what goes on in the smoker classes. The HP has way left the capability of the power shift behind. The higher classes than that are going to component drivelines with special pulling trannys and planetary rears similar to skidders built in frames, just add the engine of your choice and the tin to make it look like your brand. My friend Chris Hoyt has just such a tractor with a Case engine here in Penna. and does well on the national scene. HTH. mEl

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02-28-2010 18:51:50

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 Re: Case 930/2090 transmission in reply to mEl, 02-28-2010 05:28:31  
mEL I was wondering how much power before they started to slip. I pull an 1175 in a limited charger 2800 class. I am glad to talk to someone that knows Mr Chris Hoyt I have shown his you tube pulls to alot of people but I didn't know anything about the tractor. It is a component? If its OK I sure would like to talk to you or him about the tractor a little (his that is)

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02-27-2010 19:40:13

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 Re: Case 930/2090 transmission in reply to Michael Siebers, 02-27-2010 03:43:18  
I was just wondering why are you going to the 8 speed? Powershift won"t hold

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02-27-2010 09:39:17

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 Re: Case 930/2090 transmission in reply to dave 39B, 02-27-2010 03:43:18  
Yes, you will need the flywheel and clutch assembly. the engine and bell housing are a match

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