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Axle housing options for a UT-100 A rearend

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GR Gold

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PostPosted: Mon Mar 18, 2013 6:33 pm    Post subject: Axle housing options for a UT-100 A rearend Reply to specific post Reply with quote

I picked up a 1940 UTS rearend from a restored tractor that had come off a trailer and went into a ditch. The tractor was pretty much totaled. Turns out the axles got bent slightly in the accident. I plan on building a lite puller out of it, and was looking at a 1950 UTS I have that has UT468D axle housings. These are about 3 inches shorter than the UT467B housings that come on the UT-100A rearend. I am thinking that they are probably lighter. Has anyone tried this combination? Any suggestions for anything lighter and will the complete assemblies interchange? Thanks in advance for all your replies!
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Tim Yates

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PostPosted: Tue Mar 19, 2013 11:02 am    Post subject: Re: Axle housing options for a UT-100 A rearend Reply to specific post Reply with quote

Yes, check the splines on the bull gears, but you should be good to go. Think the later ones may be different splines. If you do change the bull gears count the teeth to make sure they are the same,if not you will need to change the bull pinions as well. There are a couple different ratios. Quick way to tell is with the shifter pattern on top of tranny cover. The one with 3/4 in the middle is faster gears.
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