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Posted By luckydog Saturday, May 12, 2018 2:42 PM
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My recently acquired White has a Fuller 3-A-65 auxiliary trans. There was a ratio adapter on it so I found a speedometer cable and hooked it up. When the speedo still didn't work, I started taking things apart and found the driven gear missing from the trans. There is a drive gear on the output shaft that looks good, but I can't find any information on which driven gear I need. I did spin the cable with a cordless drill and everything works from the adapter. The cable end should be a .104" square. If it matters, the rear axle ratio looks to be a 5.86 with 10.00x22 tires. Any part numbers or who to contact would be appreciated. Thanks.
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I wound up finding one from 1960's Jeep transfer case that fit. I tried one from a roadranger whose gear teeth were too long and a Mack whose teeth were right but it's shaft was too long. They were all made by Stewart Warner. Perhaps the age range was the more important factor.
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Thanks for posting the resolution to your question. Most times we never know how a problem was resolved. Now someone with a similar problem can read your post.

Fred

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