I acquired this transmission yesterday — it appeared from the description and initial photos that it was likely a differential-mounted auxiliary Model T transmission. On closer inspection I doubt that very much, but there are similarities to a T and I'm very curious where such a device might be used.
Length, rear flange to ball centre: 32", rear flange bolt centre dia 5.75", flange inner dia (fits into a hole of) 4.75", Pinion gear is 12 tooth and larger than T pinion, ball diameter 4", universal drive 0.875" square. Gearing is 3 speeds (direct / 1.5:1 / 2.5:1) plus reverse.
Well it looks factory made.
Maybe it is from a short wheelbase vehicle like a factory tug.
looks like overland to me
Yes, it's an Overland transmission, with the odd addition of a Model T torque tube section & ball.
Well, thanks very much. This forum and members are such a great resource!
What year(s) of Overland might this transmission fit, and any leads on who might want to give it a new home?
it is about 1913& i run a overland parts department. i would find a home for it. i do not sell just for spares, you must realy need it. thats the way it is!!!!!!! charley
and i would say it was in some kind or tractor , with an overland rear end& and a t motor like to have the rear end to.charley
Thanks Charlie, PM sent.
By the way, I showed your profile pic to my bride. She said "he sure looks like a Charlie", and we both agreed you look like you're not always a shaver!