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Ring and pinion questions

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02-19-2014 08:48:10

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I have W450 tractor. The ring and pinion in it is a 19:47. First question, will that work in a 560 tractor. second question, how much faster, would that be than a 15:49 ratio and how much slower than a 19:50 ratio,

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02-19-2014 19:06:10

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 Re: Ring and pinion questions in reply to Taylor88, 02-19-2014 08:48:10  
you have the highest geared ratio already in it out of the 3 ratio's given and that will give you the most speed out of it.

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D Slater

02-19-2014 18:49:08

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 Re: Ring and pinion questions in reply to Taylor88, 02-19-2014 08:48:10  
If the 560 is early with a 3 bolt rear main shaft bearing housing, all you need to do is use the W-400 R&P and the W main shaft rear bearing housing. If its a 4 bolt bearing housing you may need to make a spacer along with the shims to get the gear contact right. If wanting ground speed changes. Need to look up all gear ratios in the transmission and rear end. Also the tire size and at what engine RPM. Bunch of figuring for both sides of the T/A and 5 gear speeds.

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Gerry Powell

02-19-2014 16:51:47

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 Re: Ring and pinion questions in reply to Taylor88, 02-19-2014 08:48:10  
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I can't answer if it would work in a 560.

Since your ratio is 47:19 (2.47) is the lowest ratio, changing to both higher ratios will decrease your speed at the same engine RPM. The 50:19 gears will decrease your speed by 6% and the 49:15 gears will reduce your speed by 24%

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Owen Aaland

02-19-2014 13:27:41

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 Re: Ring and pinion questions in reply to Taylor88, 02-19-2014 08:48:10  
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Simple math:

47/19 = 2.47 ratio

50/19 = 2.63 ratio

49/15 = 3.27 ratio

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