Parts Manuals for 10 Speed Eaton Fuller Transmissions.
Use the Nomenclature below to better identify your Eaton Fuller 10 Speed Transmission and find the parts list breakdown you need:
10 SPEED HEAVY DUTY MODEL IDENTIFICATION
All but AutoShift
FR = Fuller Roadranger
R = Roadranger
T = Twin Countershaft
L = Low-Inertia Concept
O = Overdrive
X = Overdrive
First Digit T = Twin Counter shaft
Second & Third Digits x 100 = Nominal Torque Capacity
Fourth Digit = Design Level
Fifth & Sixth Digits 10 = Forward Speeds
Sixth Digit A = Ratio Set
Automated shifting on Eaton ratio 10 speed transmissions
Shift-by-wire eliminates mechanical lever shifting, keeping both hands on the wheel.
Clutch necessary for start-up and stop ping only, prolonging clutch life.
Computer controlled shifts at ideal engine speed for best efficiency and performance.
Reduces driver skill requirements through ease of operation.
Reduces potential for drive train abuse by inexperienced drivers.
Accurate diagnosis and repair with continuous electronic self-diagnostics.
Modular automation design for ease of diagnosis and service.
Requires appropriate electronic engine and engine brake.
SAE #1 and #2
Grey iron or aluminum available.
2 SAE standard openings.
Right side, regular duty, 6-bolt.
Bottom, heavy-duty, 8-bolt.
Optional through-shaft PTO.
PTO Drive Gears:
Right side, 45-tooth, 6/8 pitch.
Bottom, 47-tooth, 6/8 pitch. B ratio PTO gear turns at .94 engine speed. C ratio PTO gear turns at .70 engine speed.
Approx. 26 pints [12 liters].
Integral oil pump available.
Pump standard on 1450, 1650 and 1850 series.
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