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Foed 2910

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10-23-2016 10:15:44

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Looking at a 2910. It has a 6 speed tranny. I thought all were 8 speeds. Is a 6 speed some kind of special purpose machine?

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Sean in PA

10-23-2016 11:23:17

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 Re: Foed 2910 in reply to Farmer8n, 10-23-2016 10:15:44  
According to the parts site the 2910 would have had either a synchro or non-synchro 8 speed when new. The earlier 6 speed transmissions that were available on the 3 cylinder thousand series and x600 series would bolt right up the the 2910 engine, so the transmission might have been swapped at some point. I'm not sure if a transmission swap to a 6 speed would require a swap out off the rear end as well though, so it may have had the entire rear half swapped out. Probably best to get the date codes off of the transmission, rear axle and hydraulic top cover, and compare them to the sticker under the hood.

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10-23-2016 18:07:40

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 Re: Foed 2910 in reply to Sean in PA, 10-23-2016 11:23:17  
if you look in the parts section of the transmissions, it's hard to tell what the column shifts were, but if you go to the
shift decals you'll find -

DECAL 6 x 4, 2610, 2810, 2910, 3610, 3910, 4610SU, Start Year: 01-JAN-81 D5NN7B292CA $19.88 3-7 business days 1

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elton fancher

10-23-2016 11:10:44

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 Re: Foed 2910 in reply to Farmer8n, 10-23-2016 10:15:44  
I do not know about a 2910, but many 3400 models used a 6 speed. I have a spare transmission here now. You might be looking at an industrial model.

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