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Super Trucker

04-23-2011 07:32:21




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I have a 37 CC and it is STUPID fast in 3rd gear. My guess is about 10-13 mph. It does have 11.2 x 38 but did they have diffrent gear sets for them?




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Ken Jentges

04-24-2011 17:53:07




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 Re: CC ground speed in reply to Super Trucker, 04-23-2011 07:32:21  
I have a C that goes about 13 MPH in third gear. If you look in the parts book there ae several different sets of gears and sprockets. If you look on your tractor, on the rear end housing, just to the right of the seat mount there should be some numbers stamped on it. I was told that these are the high speed tractors. My C has this, and I have a L with it also. Lots of fun for tractor rides!

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oleclint

04-23-2011 20:39:08




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 Re: CC ground speed in reply to Super Trucker, 04-23-2011 07:32:21  
I know of a CC that has " speed" sprockets in it. With 14.9x 40" 'full size' tires & eng. reved up about 200 rpm - alumin pistons- it would travel along about 11-12 MPH. All this was done for tractor pulling in the mid 1950 s.Way before antique pulling started in the midwest. I know of two other CC s that have a 4th gear from a DC put in them. That slowed 1 st gear down for pulling . It was a plus when running a PTO field chopper in heavy crops, One was my CC that is still around. ole clint

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Super Trucker

04-23-2011 14:33:28




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 Re: CC ground speed in reply to Super Trucker, 04-23-2011 07:32:21  
Thanks guy's I will look in on the part numbers. My best friend has a 37 CC and his only go's 5mph in third [which is slow enough to get soaked down to your underware driving back from a parade] . But it was worth it to see the looks of them JD owners face when I parked next to them. I think they were afraid of the ugly rubbing off.



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DKase

04-23-2011 11:14:52




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 Re: CC ground speed in reply to Super Trucker, 04-23-2011 07:32:21  
The biggest difference is the bevel gears between the clutch and belt pulley. There are at least 3 different sets. Older ones seem to be faster than the newer ones.



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Brian in Ohio

04-23-2011 08:56:14




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 Re: CC ground speed in reply to Super Trucker, 04-23-2011 07:32:21  
They had different sprocket available as options for higher road speed. If you look on your transmission case, there will be a part number stamped on it. It will either be 1296AA or A1296AA. That indicates it has the high speed option.



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