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Yesterday 02:04 PM
wretched ratchet
Quote:
Originally Posted by MARTINSR View Post
Cool, I'll come up with something.
Brian
Stay outa the dumpster this time, OK Brian? JK
Yesterday 01:28 PM
35terraplane I was wrong it's not a ruckster.

Bob
Yesterday 01:18 PM
MARTINSR Cool, I'll come up with something.

Brian
Yesterday 01:11 PM
boothboy
Quote:
Originally Posted by MARTINSR View Post
An accessory transmission?

Brian
Yes! You got it! This is a Rear Mounted Universal Transmission that installed directly to the rear differential. Accessory transmissions either bolted to the factory transmission or to the diff. They could be either bought as a overdrive transmission or a underdrive transmission giving the driver double the gear combos. Some of you mentioned over an underdrive but we don't know what it is on is so I couldn't accept that answer. That and the fact that this unit is a flull blown transmission complete with reverse. Lots of companies made them but I Like The Jumbo Gaint the best!

BB
Yesterday 01:10 PM
sprecher48
re; what part

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Originally Posted by vettedreams2001 View Post
Yeah, I'd give it to Brian.
yeah,me too. good going, brian
Yesterday 01:09 PM
35terraplane I believe it is called a Ruckstell rear axle used to go up inclines such as a hill or mountain.

bob
Yesterday 12:52 PM
wretched ratchet Has BB even confirmed it yet?
Yesterday 12:45 PM
vettedreams2001 Yeah, I'd give it to Brian.
Yesterday 12:39 PM
MARTINSR
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Originally Posted by sprecher48 View Post
I do believe you've got it
Um, post #10291?

Brian
Yesterday 12:31 PM
sprecher48
re;what is it

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Originally Posted by vettedreams2001 View Post
Rear mounted model T transmission, had to google the crap out of it.
I do believe you've got it
Yesterday 12:31 PM
MARTINSR An extension for another axle?

Brian
Yesterday 11:45 AM
wretched ratchet
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Originally Posted by boothboy View Post
No and no.
Think Model T.
BB
The hand crank mechanism ???
Yesterday 11:13 AM
boothboy
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Originally Posted by sprecher48 View Post
is this maybe a reduction gear for a doodlebug?
This is a very old automotive accessory. Think Model T.

BB
Yesterday 11:10 AM
496CHEVY3100 what would a rear mounted trans br used for ???
Yesterday 10:55 AM
vettedreams2001 Rear mounted model T transmission, had to google the crap out of it.
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