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Old 05-12-2007, 12:28:00 AM
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Default Differential Gear

I am looking for a differential gear for my 20hp case. It has the numbers 703 C on it. Has anyone had one cast or is there a pattern around? The teeth on mine are half gone. It will was going to cost quite a bit to weld up so I thought I would ask around.

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Default Re: Differential Gear

Paul,
Without looking at your parts book, or going out in the dark to look at mine, exactly which one of the multiple gears in the diff are you talking about? Big ring gear, one of the little miter gears, or one of the platter gears? B & B carries the little miter gears, and I am in the middle of talking with someone about getting the platter gear/pinion gear cast for a 60 Case, which might be the same as yours.

Rest of my gearing is pretty good....pinions suck....so going to get that taken care of with a little pattern making/casting up in Canada from a rather nice fellow I met here on the 'stak.

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Paul,
Curiousity made me got off my lazy can and get the parts book out ...looks like the platter gear with pinion on it...that's the same as one of the gears I'm getting cast, I think....drop me a PM and I'll give you the fellow's contact info...if he doesn't drop you a PM first!

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