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Re: Select-O-Speed?

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Hydraulic transmisson Forward 10SPD 2 reverse

03-28-2003 10:12:59




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No shift lever on transmisison cover. But rather a lever mounted below the steering wheel. Can shift on the fly. Known as a planetary gear drive. Starting, stopping, and selecting gear ratio is done without a standard clutch. 3 types of transmissions - all basically similar but PTO's are different. 1. without a PTO 2. w/ a 540 RPM engine driven PTO, 3. 540-1,000 RPM engine drive and a ground speed ratio PTO.

3 elements of a planetary gear is the sun gear, pinion carrier, and ring gear. When any element is rotated, the other two elements will also turns unless one is held be an external force. And it gets better. The Vintage Tractor Resource link can explain the SOS in detail with a diagram too.

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Jerry Elam

03-29-2003 04:04:40




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 Re: Re: Select-O-Speed? in reply to Hydraulic transmisson Forward 10SPD 2 reverse, 03-28-2003 10:12:59  
LOL. That is a lot of infro!How can I tell which this is? IF it's the same one I had seen before it's the first modle 4Cyl. with the Buff paint.
Since it specfied bad PTO. I assume it had one.
The first one I saw when I called the dealer about it he said it would cost $3,000.00 to fix because the PTO was right in the middle of the S-O-S.
Does that narrow it down?
Jerry



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Tom

03-29-2003 14:29:05




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 Re: Re: Re: Select-O-Speed? in reply to Jerry Elam, 03-29-2003 04:04:40  
I have more too...just ask and I can fill up this page with more information than you want to know... LOL! Tom



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Jerry Elam

03-29-2003 18:41:24




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Select-O-Speed? in reply to Tom, 03-29-2003 14:29:05  
What I need is somebody with your knowledge to go look at the thing.
Thanks for the info!
Jerry



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