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Old 12-24-2018, 12:55:23 PM
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Default What is it?

Looks to be from a tractor, but what is it called and does anyone know what it might be off of? Measures 17 1/2 wide with a. 4" center hub. Has casting numbers that look to be 2.25 HC.
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Default Re: What is it?

I guess that it is the final drive gear which was on the left side of a drive pinion and which had a differential carrier bolted to it. The carrier would have the differential gears in it, either bevel spider or axial pairs and the ends of the axle shaft with their end gears meshed with the differential gears. From what?
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Huber tractor company?
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Default Re: What is it?

Looks identical to the #3214 differential bevel gear pictured on page 35 of the Case crossmotor 18-32 parts manual. Even the cast lugs at each of the six bolt holes is the same.
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Interesting. I'll have to look closer to see if I can find the eagle stamp. Case was really good about casting their brand....would it be the same with gears? Or did a third party company provide those? Feels like we're on the right track.
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