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Need a shift pattern plate (diagram) for a TRQ-720 trans.Doesn't have to be new,just decent & readable.PM me if you have one you would like to sell. Thanks..........Al

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Joe,

The Watt's version is for an 18 speed where you go from 4th high to 5th high (not splitting 5th gear at all).My trans according to the manual is a 20 speed,where you do split 5th gear.A little different.Thanks for the suggestion,though.I will check with Matt if I can't come up with anything from anybody on here,he is a busy man! Al

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Joe,

The Watt's version is for an 18 speed where you go from 4th high to 5th high (not splitting 5th gear at all).My trans according to the manual is a 20 speed,where you do split 5th gear.A little different.Thanks for the suggestion,though.I will check with Matt if I can't come up with anything from anybody on here,he is a busy man! Al

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Joe,

The Watt's version is for an 18 speed where you go from 4th high to 5th high (not splitting 5th gear at all).My trans according to the manual is a 20 speed,where you do split 5th gear.A little different.Thanks for the suggestion,though.I will check with Matt if I can't come up with anything from anybody on here,he is a busy man! Al

AL, Here's the way mine looks in my BCR. Jake

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AL, Here's the way mine looks in my BCR. Jake

Thanks for that ,Jake. I have seen the 2 separate decals before. I could go that route, too. Al

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Does this help any? Don't recall what trans. this plate is for.

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Does this help any? Don't recall what trans. this plate is for.

Closest version,so far Jim.Thanks.

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I believe that is the correct plate Al in the picture for a TRQ720. a TRQ72 would be direct in 5th. the TRQ720 is direct in 4th, over in 5th. I pretty much think a an 18 speed and 20 speed over is the same thing.

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I believe that is the correct plate Al in the picture for a TRQ720. a TRQ72 would be direct in 5th. the TRQ720 is direct in 4th, over in 5th. I pretty much think a an 18 speed and 20 speed over is the same thing.

10-4 Matt.Thanks

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I never really figure out the 18 and 20 speed stuff. I now the 0 in 70 is overdrive and means it direct in 4th and over in 5th and then you don't use the two auxillary gears you get 18 . they started out with 20 speed direct quads then the 20 speed over the it went to an 18 speed over. one was a TRQ72 then there was TRQ720 and TRQ7220 and TRQ7210. I think the 7220 means double over and the 7210 is a single over. im probably wrong but someone will chime in.

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I have actually seen a 14 speed quadbox and shifting pattern in a B81 someone scrapped. think the transmission is still layin in the weeds. must have been about the last B model off the line eh?

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http://www.oldmacksrus.com/trannys.htm

I always shift my quadruplex just like a 13 speed triplex.

Looking at the ratios, there is no true progression to use LL other than getting out of a hole, mud, etc.

We will need some video of the stick mixing action sometime!

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Looking at the ratios, there is no true progression to use LL other than getting out of a hole, mud, etc.

We will need some video of the stick mixing action sometime!

I'll second that motion about the stick mixing action there Jay. Good suggestion.

mike

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I have actually seen a 14 speed quadbox and shifting pattern in a B81 someone scrapped. think the transmission is still layin in the weeds. must have been about the last B model off the line eh?

my B46 has a 14 speed quad.

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thats a baby quad tho right Mike? a 77 series? have one of those in our 1963 B42s. the one I saw was a 72 series in a B81, even had the tag still in the cab that said 14 speed. I tink Dave Zsido use to have a B47 with the 465 engine and a baby 77 series quad.

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