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430 traction lock into a 400b?

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ToddD

06-04-2011 09:55:42




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Is the diff lock on a 430 something that could be added to a 400b rear end, or are there enough differences that the entire rear end must be used? Just looking at options to increase traction.




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JGarner

06-04-2011 10:01:21




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 Re: 430 traction lock into a 400b? in reply to ToddD, 06-04-2011 09:55:42  
In the abscense of traction lok rear end, weight will do a lot of good, especially on loader tractors where rear weight is essential or you will have almost no traction.



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ToddD

06-04-2011 10:06:18




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 Re: 430 traction lock into a 400b? in reply to JGarner, 06-04-2011 10:01:21  
It's for a pulling tractor. Haven't put weight on the rear end yet. Tractor weighs in at 4200, for the 4500 class. 300lbs on the eagle hitch do enough?



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JGarner

06-04-2011 10:17:48




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 Re: 430 traction lock into a 400b? in reply to ToddD, 06-04-2011 10:06:18  
I would go for 300 lbs of wheel weights instead to get my weight centered over the axles rather than adding to the rear behind the axles and exaserbating its tendency to rear up anyway in a pulling situation.

Jim



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