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Created On Friday 25, August, 2017 1:08 PM by alevins

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alevins
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Note Friday August 25, 2017 13:08 View thread in raw text format
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Good day all,

I have an old Dynahoe Backhoe with a BW T12 that is not working, I want to swap it out to a AT545 but cannot find much information on what I'm lacking

SAE#3 bellhousing on AT545, are they all SAE#3? and any SAE 3 will bolt up to an SAE 3 engine? is it that simple? my 53 has a SAE 4 so I see I need the adapter plate, then Ill need spacers to the TC the same thickness as the plate.

am I over thinking this swap? I have seen some tranny's on C/L but would like to feel some confidence before I buy one and run into unforeseen trouble

thank you for any help provided

Luke
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Buying a tranny with right torque convertor is the main cost adaptor plate and hub is standard

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