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Re: (ET) Transaxle leak
If that be the case, the JD operators would have found one very important
omission. The 2318 used in the GE had NO REVERSE.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Michael J DeLiso" <mjdeliso juno com>
To: <Oasis654 aol com>; <Elec-trak cosmos phy tufts edu>
Sent: Saturday, February 14, 2004 10:20 AM
Subject: Re: (ET) Transaxle leak
> The same tranny was used with single and dual belts on the input.
> My E-12 and E 15's have the same 4 speed tranny.
> I think dual belts were used to get the motor power to the tranny
> on the larger horse power jobs. I have had the dual belts slip on me
> plowing snow
> with the E15's but I never plowed with the E12.
> That tranny got more of a beating when it was coupled to a gas engine.
> As J Deere did to it. A lot of Electraks saw their tranny's yanked for
> replacements in Deeres.
> I would assume the 3 speed tranny in the E12 was a economic or
> availability decision by GE.
> Mike D
> On Wed, 11 Feb 2004 20:30:56 EST Oasis654 aol com writes:
> > In a message dated 2/11/04 4:57:45 PM, mjdeliso juno com writes:
> > << The E12 has either a 2318, four speed or 1716 three speed
> > Peerless. >>
> > hi mike thanks for these numbers. i was wondering if the tranny for
> > the e12
> > was same as for e20. i realize there's a difference in 2 belts vs
> > 1, but are
> > the insides the same? and i just did find out about the 3 speed
> > e12. i
> > thought mine was broken or missing a gear, but found it was built
> > that way. i
> > wonder why? jon
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