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BGB interchangeability question

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SmilinSam
The cases would bolt in but shaft dia.sizes and lengths would be different. It could work for a straight three speed if you used the correct size pulleys on the new gear box. But, you would be out of luk on a VAriable speed as the cross shaft is longer on tractors equipped with those trannys.

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Kent
Only if you change to the cone clutch center PTO since the shafts are different. But if it's a manual tranny, it should be fairly easy to swap out everything from the BGB back in a B-112, like I did with the Sundstrand in a B-210. You wouldn't have to hassle with the control linkages that I did... Doing this on the shorter wheelbase B-12 would be a major project.

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