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#1 holdenboy1960 ONLINE  

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Posted October 25, 2015 - 09:26 AM

i just found that i have a diff with a difference , it is a cox rider type ( new generation Cox )with a sprocket chain drive diff 70 odd tooth 

 

P3080080.JPG this is a pic of the flip tag  on the left end of the hub which locks the diff into a solid drive ( both wheels ) or pulls the pin & makes it an open drive diff 

 

 should be a handy unit to own where i am 

 

 


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Posted October 25, 2015 - 10:43 AM

That's a neat way to lock one!


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Posted October 25, 2015 - 11:14 AM

Don't you guys use tires on your wheels? :smilewink:    Good Luck, Rick


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Posted October 25, 2015 - 11:18 AM

You have a WHAT???  Wow! That whole first posting was really foreign to Me!!  Different brands and names of parts and such between country's I guess, ha!  You use tires? was kinda Cute,hee!


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Posted October 25, 2015 - 11:53 AM

Don't you guys use tires on your wheels? :smilewink:    Good Luck, Rick

As a matter of fact they don't!

 

They use tyres  :D :D :D


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Posted October 25, 2015 - 11:21 PM

you guys use tars even we have tar on the road base lol & for using tyres we don't need too as its always to hot so we go so fasssstttttt we don't touch the ground 

 

for that matter we're southern hemisphere so we go around on our heads  lmao 

 

as for the brands on machines we all differ from country to country 

 we got 

Rover 

Greenfield

Bolens

MTD 

JD 

Toro 

Howard 

Victor 

Allis Chambers 

and more  , but that's in gt's , in large tractors there are lots of other brands , IH MF Fiat Ford deutz fordson  & heaps more 

there was a toro for sale on ebay last night $1000 & climbing with the belt pto front drive attachment

 

Shane  


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Posted October 25, 2015 - 11:30 PM

i raided the tars for the other rover im working on as they were bigger than the others

 

 i saved another Rover chassis from scrap yard today as well, it'll be just parts only this 1 

pic's to come next week end 


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Posted October 31, 2015 - 09:34 AM

i just found that i have a diff with a difference , it is a cox rider type ( new generation Cox )with a sprocket chain drive diff 70 odd tooth 

 

attachicon.gifP3080080.JPG this is a pic of the flip tag  on the left end of the hub which locks the diff into a solid drive ( both wheels ) or pulls the pin & makes it an open drive diff 

 

 should be a handy unit to own where i am 

 

P2070004.JPG  (red 1 ) this is the only pic i got of the Cox with the lockable diff 13 HP with toe & heel drive 


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Posted October 31, 2015 - 09:37 AM

Kenny ,

 

when i pull the diff out , i'll get some photos of it for ya'll


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Posted October 31, 2015 - 02:57 PM

Locking rears are a great feature.
Our massey 165 has it, great for skidding... But I wish the GT's had it.
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Posted November 01, 2015 - 06:23 AM

yah the large type tractors have the lock feature MF , IH , FIAT, FORD ,Kubota & such 

 

that's what surprised me that the GT's don't have it untill i found this 1 remembering it is a light app type & sprocket chain drive & now to realise that it can be done with any open chain sprocket type diff  pretty much i think anyways 






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