Drive-line Trannies

Old 05-17-2007, 11:53 AM
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Anybody sitting on a pair of Huber drive-line trannies that they want to part with? Or stock 72C drive-lines I can have upgraded? I have a pair of Huber 1200s with Speedmaster plug-in tail stocks I am trying to swap out.

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Old 05-17-2007, 01:28 PM
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Call Eric @ Fantastic finish marine I think he can help you ......1-330-273-8291
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Old 05-17-2007, 06:44 PM
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Check this out, I bought two 72C Borg Warners tranies on Ebay for 500.00.
They came out of a Roller Coaster in Indian.
Rebuilt them to handle 750 Hp.
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iragation pumps also use them. Check surplus sales in your area. Or implement dealers in your area.
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Thanks, I'll give Eric a call in the morning and see what he has. E-bay? Good point, I'll take a look. I really don't want a rebuild or new 72C because it is just going to be sent to Huber anyway. I saw someone has a Bam Super Cyborg drive-line in the classified too.

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Tom Huber I believed retired--I think bam owns the shop now(but I may not be totally correct)
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I don't think Marc B. bought Huber. Earl Zimmer I believe is the current owner/operator that took over when Tom retired.
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Originally Posted by Lunatic Fringe View Post
I don't think Marc B. bought Huber. Earl Zimmer I believe is the current owner/operator that took over when Tom retired.
ccorrect, tom still stops in the shop now and again as an advisor.
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Funny, just seen a 1957 woodie with a gray marine engine with a 72c Borg warner. Hmmm, used every where I see.
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