Need PTO for 1928 AA with 3-speed/2-speed set up

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Re: Need PTO for 1928 AA with 3-speed/2-speed set up

Post by Neil Wilson » August 24th, 2010, 6:40 pm

Hello Truckman,
I assume that the two speed you reference is the Ford sold dual high (which is actually an under drive). You can install the four speed and keep the dual high with two special parts:

Rear Bearing Retainer AA-7085-B
Special u-joint A-7090-C (as indicated by Bob C)

Pictures are shown. These same parts are used to install a '28/'29 Warford behind a 4-speed
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Re: Need PTO for 1928 AA with 3-speed/2-speed set up

Post by TruckMan » August 30th, 2010, 10:24 am

Thank you, Neil,

Now, are these parts as rare as hens teeth or is there a way that you know of to find them? Finding the 4-bolt PTO has been like searching for the Holy Grail and hoping for world peace at the same time.

Please advise.
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Re: Need PTO for 1928 AA with 3-speed/2-speed set up

Post by Neil Wilson » September 1st, 2010, 6:40 am

Both of these parts seem to be hard to find. I might have one of the rear bearing retainers to sell but not the u-joint. I have an AA truck with the four bolt PTO currently installed. The platform was modified to be used as a dump at some time. Too bad that the platform cross members were mostly destroyed since it is the first platform design with only four stake pockets on each side.
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Re: Need PTO for 1928 AA with 3-speed/2-speed set up

Post by Neil Wilson » September 1st, 2010, 6:52 am

BTW - The four speed will also require the AA clutch housing.
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Re: Need PTO for 1928 AA with 3-speed/2-speed set up

Post by 1929FORDAA » September 24th, 2010, 3:59 pm

If you are still looking for a 4 bolt PTO I have one for sale , Came off a 29 AA with 3 speed/2 speed, Great working shape,Not wornout, $200.00 , thanks

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Re: Need PTO for 1928 AA with 3-speed/2-speed set up

Post by TruckMan » October 29th, 2010, 10:15 am

YES! I am still looking. Can you send a pic? Where are you located?

(Sent you an email as well)
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Re: Need PTO for 1928 AA with 3-speed/2-speed set up

Post by TruckMan » October 29th, 2010, 10:16 am

Alright, I see it now. California. Shipping should not be too bad. I'm in Wisconsin.
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Re: Need PTO for 1928 AA with 3-speed/2-speed set up

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Re: Need PTO for 1928 AA with 3-speed/2-speed set up

Post by Chris Haynes » October 30th, 2010, 11:54 am

TruckMan wrote:I put an ad on Fordbarn for the 4-bolt PTO. Some man from London, England says he has one, $205 ups next day. I hope this is for real. He wanted western union but I replied "Visa" so I would have some recourse if I never received. I've been looking on and off for several years to find one, so I'm tempted to buy it.

I bought my first pick up truck, a '61 Chevy, for $220 at an auction and drove it home. Prices do change.

Those London replies are all bogus. Ask him for a picture of the unit and you will either get no reply or a reply saying that he is having technical difficulties and can't send a picture.

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Re: Need PTO for 1928 AA with 3-speed/2-speed set up

Post by Neil Wilson » October 30th, 2010, 2:29 pm

Regarding the England source for parts - There is a club member in England (John Charlton) and we have bought and sold parts. If you want to provide the contact information (like address and phone number) of the person you are trying to deal with, I will e-mail John to see if he can determine if your guy is okay!
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Re: Need PTO for 1928 AA with 3-speed/2-speed set up

Post by TruckMan » November 6th, 2010, 5:56 pm

Hey '29, are you out there?
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Re: Need PTO for 1928 AA with 3-speed/2-speed set up

Post by TruckMan » January 13th, 2011, 10:14 am

Whoever "1929FORDAA" is, I wish that you would contact me.

I am still looking for a 4-bolt PTO.
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Re: Need PTO for 1928 AA with 3-speed/2-speed set up

Post by Drew Mashburn » January 13th, 2011, 10:26 am

Chris:

Did I miss something? Where did you get "London"? The person that identifies himself/herself as "1929FORDAA" has a profile that says he's/she's from Brentwood, Northern California.

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Re: Need PTO for 1928 AA with 3-speed/2-speed set up

Post by Chris Haynes » January 13th, 2011, 1:08 pm

Drew Mashburn wrote:Chris:

Did I miss something? Where did you get "London"? The person that identifies himself/herself as "1929FORDAA" has a profile that says he's/she's from Brentwood, Northern California.

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This is what I was replying to. I even quoted it.
TruckMan wrote:
I put an ad on Fordbarn for the 4-bolt PTO. Some man from London, England says he has one, $205 ups next day. I hope this is for real. He wanted western union but I replied "Visa" so I would have some recourse if I never received. I've been looking on and off for several years to find one, so I'm tempted to buy it.

I never mentioned "1929FORDAA".
Time to clean yer specs. :D

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Re: Need PTO for 1928 AA with 3-speed/2-speed set up

Post by Drew Mashburn » January 13th, 2011, 1:17 pm

Chris:

You're right, need to clean my specs. I didn't see that. Looks like TruckMan may have finally located a 4-bolt PTO. Good for him!

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