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What's heavier? 400 Tranny/Rear vs. 900 Tranny/Rear?

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11-28-2012 20:02:08

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Anyone ever weighed to compare the two? I wonder which is heavier from the engine back. Also, has anyone ever weighed the PTO/Hydraulic unit off of either one? Of course, I'm talking about the "big" 400. Thanks for any ideas/info.

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jon f mn

11-29-2012 11:29:53

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 Re: What's heavier? 400 Tranny/Rear vs. 900 Tranny/Rear? in reply to Lamont, 11-28-2012 20:02:08  
Actually, if you take off all the cast and weld a plate to the axle for steel wheels the 900 would be very similar if not lighter. Got my 930 wheatland down to 6500# with the stock block. Be hard to get a 400 much lighter.

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11-29-2012 15:20:15

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 Re: What's heavier? 400 Tranny/Rear vs. 900 Tranny/Rear? in reply to jon f mn, 11-29-2012 11:29:53  
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Nebraska test stripped down weight of 400 diesel was 6390 lb. with operator.


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11-29-2012 05:45:09

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 Re: What's heavier? 400 Tranny/Rear vs. 900 Tranny/Rear? in reply to Lamont, 11-28-2012 20:02:08  
The 900 would be much heavier both in weight and strength. 900 would be a 6 speed with the chain drive, and the 400 would be the 8 speed that has a bull gear drive rear. The PTO housing with the Hyd pump would be almost identical in weight if the 400 Eagle Hitch is removed.

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