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4-175 components

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04-12-2018 06:42:24

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I have heard that the transmission in the 4-175 was unique to that model. I guess other 4WD models used components from the 105, 135 etc. Does anyone know what the story might be?

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04-12-2018 09:48:05

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 Re: 4-175 components in reply to tntractor, 04-12-2018 06:42:24  
The 4-175 also used the large over/under like in the late 135 and 155. What I recall is that the trans.diff housings were 1755 components. We at Peckens didn't have any 175's out, and the one I owned came out of Platt implement in Mason MI. The price difference may not have been much as we had a bunch of 4-210 and a few 4-225 sold.

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04-12-2018 07:20:13

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 Re: 4-175 components in reply to tntractor, 04-12-2018 06:42:24  
As far as I know the 4-150 and 4-175 used almost the Identical drive trains. It was a combination of parts from 1855 and 1955 rear ends on the 150 so maybe they went to full 105 rear ends on the 175 to cut down on assembly time. The biggest thing that made the 175 different/better is that they flipped the steering knuckle over and beefed it up which gave it some better geometry and steering characteristics over the 150. Now the one that did have some oddball components was the 4-180. It used a special 2 speed power shift that was unique to the 180 only and is a bear to get parts for from what I've been told.

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J. Schwiebert

04-12-2018 08:49:32

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 Re: 4-175 components in reply to oliverkid, 04-12-2018 07:20:13  
4-180 2 speed you had to stop and use the clutch to shift ranges. The rear end had planetary final drives. Measure the back bone on that new 2 you 565 plow. The 566 had a lager backbone. We must have sold 40 t0 50 of the 565 & 566 plows and only the 566 plow had the brace + they had a larger internal pivot hitch. We had some 565 hitches on 5 bottom plows that broke.

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04-12-2018 07:14:02

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 Re: 4-175 components in reply to tntractor, 04-12-2018 06:42:24  
I certainly can't answer your question, but there's this old thread on agtalk... it has some questions/answers/yeah buts that you may find helpful.

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