Comer Gear Box t-304a Anyone know what they go too?

Strikerjojo

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Horticulture
Anyone know what these go to or where I can go to find out? everywhere says they cant help me or need part #'s.

Limited down to Comer t-304a's gear reducers and gear increasers, some have same shafts some have different, 6 spline vs straight shaft vs 19 spline etc.

Any help would be greatly appreciated and will send you one for free if ya want!
 

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Deutzdx3

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If they are speed increases, they will be for flail mowers. We use similar gearboxes for flail mowers we manufacture. 3:1 normally for flail mowers. If they are reduces, they could well be to flail mowers to reduce down from 1000rpm. What info do you want to know on them? Can email the vin plate to comer if you like. Are you selling them? i would always be interested if they are cost effective to go on our development machines for testing.
 

Strikerjojo

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Horticulture
Hey bud, Yes I am selling them, Went to an auction and got a great deal, no one bidded on them so I did and turns out they are all brand new. (Guys at the auction were kinda pee'd at me I got them, cause they knew the insides on the auction but couldnt bid). I got 19 total of the t304'as ranging in different colors, Red, Yellow, and Green, and 1 other one I havent looked up yet. (Its alot thicker and bigger)

Got a bunch of other stuff for personal use, c5500 flat bed, ford 8n tractor, disc, blade, etc. But these Im stumped on as I know their t304'as, just dont know exactly what they go to as far as selling them. Ill give whoever buys them a great deal of course. They are brand new just some surface rust on the shafts from being outside for a day or two at the auctions.

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Strikerjojo

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Horticulture
Also give you an idea on the deal I got, I got all 20 of these brand new for 400$. Looking online just one alone goes for that and more! (Why I bidded on them)
 

Deutzdx3

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So you’ll need to see what brand of mower uses them. there are only a couple manufacturers in the uk that make flail mowers. Only 1 makes their own flail rotors, that’s us. Rest are brought in from Italy.(might be wrong but…) a manufacturer won’t buy them due to no warranty due to age. You’ll be into selling them to people who need one for their damaged flail mower. Most have 6 spline in and 6 spline out. That’s the issue You may struggle with. Even 1000 rpm mower use 6 spline. There were that many left over for a reason I would hazard a guess. They are most probably the ones that fit very few machines. The oddball gearboxes some one was left with. I would suggest eBay.
 

Strikerjojo

Member
Horticulture
Ya I got some one ebay now just two, The reason they were at auction were the company went out of business due to covid stuff. Looks like this one has 19 splines coming out and input is 6.
 

quattro

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So you’ll need to see what brand of mower uses them. there are only a couple manufacturers in the uk that make flail mowers. Only 1 makes their own flail rotors, that’s us. Rest are brought in from Italy.(might be wrong but…) a manufacturer won’t buy them due to no warranty due to age. You’ll be into selling them to people who need one for their damaged flail mower. Most have 6 spline in and 6 spline out. That’s the issue You may struggle with. Even 1000 rpm mower use 6 spline. There were that many left over for a reason I would hazard a guess. They are most probably the ones that fit very few machines. The oddball gearboxes some one was left with. I would suggest eBay.
What name are the ones you make?
 

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