Cockshutt vs oliver rears September 25, 2019 11:40AM
What can take more power 550 cockshutt or 88 putting 5.9 Cummins in one of them. And where to get parts to needle rear in them. Thanks

Re: Cockshutt vs oliver rears September 25, 2019 11:46PM
They are both junk........go component chassis

Re: Cockshutt vs oliver rears September 26, 2019 01:41AM
If your class requires you use an agricultural rear end, then go with the Cockshutt. The differential section and final drive of a Cockshutt have more reinforced than the Oliver 88. Cockshutt bull pinions and bull gears are supported by bearings on both sides of the gear. This effectively prevents the gears from deflecting under severe loading. A 560 or 570 would be a better choice than a 550, unless weight is a huge factor.

Re: Cockshutt vs oliver rears September 26, 2019 08:25PM
hi if using a cockshutt rearend 550 is not the best choice 35,40,50,560,570 all have the bull gear supported on both sides 56,570 has the strongest diff and modern machine has the parts to needle them and when you make enough power you will need heavy duty pulling gears made as well . i wouldnt use the 88 rearend then tend to push the pinion gear out the front of the trans

Re: Cockshutt vs oliver rears September 29, 2019 11:27AM
I have an extra complete billet diff for a 570 rear if someone needs one

Re: Cockshutt vs oliver rears September 29, 2019 03:30PM
Where's it located?

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