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rokon2813

Model ID trivia.

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rokon2813

Non Hydro side plates, cone clutch with small nut (3/4" socket versus 1 1/8"), V pulley for clutch rather than flat pulley, and clutch tensions the belt downward, not upward. ?????

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rokon2813

I honestly don't know Chris. In a pile of parts I got the gear box with side plates still attached.

Harder to sell if I don't know what it is. ;)

I remember hearing about the cross shaft with smaller threads, but can't figure out what models they are on.

As for the V pulley instead of flat for the clutch, that I suppose could even have been a variable converted to straight 3 speed...

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TimJr

I would say 3300/3400 or early 7000. 3 speed trans. A 7000 with just the 3 speed has the clutch that pulls the belt outward still. However, a 7000 6 speed clutch idler pushes the belt inward - which is way better if you are pulling heavy loads or are tractor pulling. I don't think the BGB cover can be used to judge a tractor unless you are pretty confident that no one changed it. I swipe all the ones with a drain plug I can get my hands on to put onto any of my projects. I hate having to take the cover off to change the oil in the ones that don't have drain in the cover. I am not too worried about getting one with a fill plug for any of my RBT's, they have a fill plug on the case. Tim

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rokon2813

Thanks guys, based on here and facebook I think we have it narrowed down to 3300 3400 early 700 / 7000.

And pretty sure it was a shuttle based on some of the details left on the side plate.

Close enough. :D

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MikeES

The 3300 does not have a cone clutch. It could be a 3400 series shuttle that has been converted to a 3 speed (instead of the 4sp) so it would not have the reverser junk on it.

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