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Appears to me and Harry, it has a Flathead 8, they were around 100hp. But so glad you saved it!It went to the BR&W A few of our young volunteers took my truck and trailer and hauled it back. It needs a real odd ball reversing trans. We were told it's a North western make. Has a 6 cyl Ford flat head in it which supposedly run a few years ago. If anyone has info/parts we should would appreciate it. Rob
As I noted in Post #3. . . "Should be able to add in a longer driveshaft and run it as-is with the standard Truck Transmission that's in it having a reverse, albeit a Slow reverse." The reversing gearbox would allow it to run all 4 speeds in both directions, but if you/they can handle backing up slowly it can get by without it.Let's call it a final drive rather than a transmission.theres a truck transmission ahead of this oddball reverser final drive assembly.ndxt time I'm there I can see about a pic of the fd Rob
As I noted in an earlier post, that is a 1936 (or earlier) (85hp) engine as it still has the front water outlets. In 37 they changed to the Center outlets while keeping the 21 Studs. In 38 they changed from 21 studs to 24 (Still 85hp)Appears to me and Harry, it has a Flathead 8, they were around 100hp. But so glad you saved it!