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International 21 Oct 2019 17:12 #203691

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Wots the difference
BTween a Inter AACO + ACCO
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International 21 Oct 2019 17:46 #203692

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AACO stood for Australian A Line Cab Over and ACCO was Australian C Line Cab Over.
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International 21 Oct 2019 19:03 #203693

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Thanx OilMan
OK
Wots the difference BTween
Australian A Line Cab Over
Australian C Line Cab Over.
n hoo came 1st
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International 21 Oct 2019 20:26 #203694

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AA came out first. AACO (butterbox) continued into ACCO (still butterbox) with stainless mouldings around the sides from the front. Not quite sure when it went to single headlights. Would have to look it up.
Then in 1972 (?) new cab (still current!!!)

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International 21 Oct 2019 21:41 #203696

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they are spelt differently Swishy.
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International 21 Oct 2019 21:42 #203697

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Swishenhiemer. You have not read the gospel by Atkipete. It is the word. The whole word.......
Oilman & ASW are right, the ACCO is built on an Inter A series based chassis etc. The next chassis upgrade was the C series hence the name change. You ought er buy one with a little GM squeezed into it.

Cobba got it in one.
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International 22 Oct 2019 19:14 #203715

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Thanx guys for your input
the reason B n
we gunna pension off the ol INTER ASC 160 yard crane

ol petrol donk with 4 speed box

and replace with this INTER AACO

the AACo is a Perkadyne Power with a 5 speed CogBox with 2 speed diff


Nex Q:
Rumor haz it
that sum Power Take Offs R interchangerable B tween boxes
will the PTO on the inter 4 speed bolt straight on the Inter 5speed?

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International 22 Oct 2019 20:17 #203716

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Nice upgrade there Swishy. I'd say she'd be somewhere around 1966.

I'm afraid i can't give you a definite yes or no answer re the PTO, however my parts books tell me the 6 stud PTO mounting on the 4 speed ASC gbox, and the 5 speed AACO gbox, are the same. I don't know about internal reach/mesh though sorry. I have one of each here, but have never had them off of tried to swap them. The PTO on my AS160 is the old shaft type running back to drive a gear pump, and the PTO on my ACCO is a direct mounted pump.

Google tells me that the 5 speed has a 21 tooth PTO drive gear on the RHS, and a 19 tooth PTO drive gear on the LHS, but i don't have the experience to confirm if this is accurate.

Hope this is of some assistance, Brett.

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International 22 Oct 2019 20:24 #203717

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Swishy

If you get stuck for a PTO, Prices Wrecking in Dalby have a container with maybe 200 PTO's from trucks of that era both mechanical and integrated hydraulic pump. The vast majority ran bag-lifters or tippers in the Darling Downs wheat country.

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International 22 Oct 2019 21:57 #203718

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Swishy ..... what ya doing with the old ASC ??? Know a bloke here in Tassie looking for one/some/bits to restore one he has.
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