Here is a complete TT running gear for sale. Engine # is 15098xxx. Looks to be a replacement engine in an early 26 truck. Ruckstell Rear end, do not know if it is high speed. 20" wood Rear wheels look good, Tire are still new looking. Fronts are wooden 21". Engine runs good, may have been rebuilt(Has adjustable lifters in it). Trans sounds good. Radiator looks like it is a new flat tube or has been had a core installed. Bill of sale. $2250.00 picked up here. ZIP 35173 Pm me for info.
Also: generator works, do not know if mag works.
I am going to run this ad for 1 month, then start parting this truck out. It has to go one way or another. Pm me for more info, Thanks, Dan
Dan, curiosity question. What type of carburetor is on that? I don't think I have seen that style. Tim
Tim That is a Vaporizer. This is a replacement engine, #15098xxx. Made sometime in 28 I think. The fan pulley is early 26 type. So I am guessing it is a early 26 TT. Will make someone a nice truck or a bunch of good parts. Dan
Wish you were a little closer
Paul: Wi is not that far. Dan
Guys: Any surefire way to tell if this rear end is a high speed one? Dan
To check out the rear end gear ratio. Jack up the rear so both wheels are off the ground, put the truck in to second gear, put the two speed rear end into the highest gear, and turn the crank. Both wheels need to turn the same and count the number of revolutions the crank makes for one revolution of the rear wheels. 5 to 1 is high speed and 7 to 1 low speed. Removing the spark plugs makes it easier to crank, I forget this every once in a while.
Steven: Is Lever forward high on a TT Ruckstell just like the car? Thanks, Dan
Yes, Dan. If E brake lever is all the way forward, the planetary trans automatically goes into high. I have read that the factory stamped numbers somewhere near the axle 'bells' where they are bolted together. Of course if the gears were changed at some point, numbers mean nothing.
I am talking about the Ruckstell lever.
Yes, both need to be in high and that is forward on both, the Ruckstell and E brake level.
I thought you could take the rear cover plate off and count the gears Yes / NO
Gears are behind the thrust bearing plate and bearing at the rear.
Much easier to see from the front side IF the driveline is not there.
Where is the truck located?
Just northeast of Birmingham Al. Dan is a great guy to do business with.
Truck is in Zip 35173. Thanks, Gary
I am interested could you give me a phone number mine is 660-342-1395
TT is sold pending payment. Thanks MTFCA. Dan
Terrific news. Will it be put back into service ? This TT affliction
is a crazy thing.
Yes you can but you need to remove the rear carrier bearing
6 flute is high speed 4 flutes is low