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Hi all this tranny is in a homebuilt garden tractor I have and I'm curious about it I was told at one time is a Chevy trans but I don't know

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Scrape off some gunk and get a casting number and plug that into a search engine. If it’s Automotive, it’s pretty early by the small size. Like 1930s or earlier?
There were waaay fewer transmission builders than there were car and truck manufacturers. Should come up in the online search.
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Looks like '40's Chevy......With enclosed drive shaft.
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Early Chevy, whatever years they used the vacuum assist shift.
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Yep. one lever shifts , the other selects. in released position the long lever gets you second and third, Hold the lever with the spring back and you get reverse and first. Maybe a little awkward but it works.
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Hi all, this morning I checked for the numbers on the trans here's whats on it 691193 GM 8 41 1250
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