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1850-1950 rear end and radiator

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rrman61

04-04-2021 18:31:52




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A poster on tractor talk has a 1850 with no engine.I have a 1950 with a seized rear end.are the rear end/transmission the same.and radiator?




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MikeO-WI

04-05-2021 19:16:40




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 Re: 1850-1950 rear end and radiator in reply to rrman61, 04-04-2021 18:31:52  
We had a similar problem with our 1950. Found a 1950T with a bad motor and basically split both tractors and put a good one back together. Haven't had any real issues the the 1950T rear end. The 1850 rear end may be a bit more beefier if it is a late model 1850. Another individual and I have been discussing this since we both have later model 1850's.



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rrlund

04-05-2021 16:53:52




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 Re: 1850-1950 rear end and radiator in reply to rrman61, 04-04-2021 18:31:52  
Is the lower rad hose on the opposite side on a Perkins?



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RCP

04-05-2021 17:44:06




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 Re: 1850-1950 rear end and radiator in reply to rrlund, 04-05-2021 16:53:52  
Yes the bottom hose on an 1850 with a Perkins is on the left side of the engine when you are sitting in the seat looking forward.



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Tramway Guy

04-05-2021 05:38:00




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 Re: 1850-1950 rear end and radiator in reply to rrman61, 04-04-2021 18:31:52  
The rear ends are different, but could be interchanged. The 1950 has a 3-disc brake, while 1850 has 2. Also 1950 has a provision that prevented ring gear deflection which was not in the 1850.



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J. Schwiebert

04-05-2021 09:02:25




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 Re: 1850-1950 rear end and radiator in reply to Tramway Guy, 04-05-2021 05:38:00  
Only in the 1950T models. Most likely his problem is only with the top shaft.



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J. Schwiebert

04-04-2021 18:59:17




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 Re: 1850-1950 rear end and radiator in reply to rrman61, 04-04-2021 18:31:52  
Maybe: Do you have all 9 digits of the serial numbers for both tractors. On the radiator I can not access my parts book. Send me an e-mail. J.



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rrman61

04-06-2021 09:15:08




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 Re: 1850-1950 rear end and radiator in reply to J. Schwiebert, 04-04-2021 18:59:17  
It ended up being a 1550 or 1650 judging from the pictures.thanks anyway



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rrman61

04-04-2021 19:04:12




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 Re: 1850-1950 rear end and radiator in reply to J. Schwiebert, 04-04-2021 18:59:17  
Dont really know anything about his 1850 at this point Ill have to see what hes got and get back to you.



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