WW-2416 Wagon Gears

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Westendorf's Super Wagon gear is a 8-bolt model with an 16-ton rating. This gear is engineered to give you top performance for many years of rugged use.

16 Ton Super Wagon Gear

Product Details

Super Wagon Gear

Westendorf's Super Wagon gear is an 8-bolt model with a 16-ton rating. This gear is engineered to give you top performance for many years of rugged use. With so many extra advantages, combined with a competitive price, you are sure to get the best value for your dollar.

The Westendorf advantage:

  • Precision engineering, top quality materials and Westedorf's experience make this gear the best trailing, most reliable gear on today's market.
  • 3" spindle of high carbon steel.
  • Extra sharp turning radius.
  • Different tire options.
  • Anti-wear bushings for better trailing.
  • Built-in camber and castor allow superior trailing.
  • The original, patented telescoping tongue for easy hook-up. Lets you pull up and out to unlock in one easy motion.
  • Special Reach Clamp to easily adjust the gear's length. Includes insurance chain.
  • 8-bolt hubs with pressed-in bolts for easy mounting.
  • Available with or without rocking bolster for front or rear axle.
  • Available gravity flow box bolsters to lower your load.
  • Extra heavy tie rod and clevis.
  • Thrust washers to reduce friction on heavy loads.
  • Tongue with spring assist to lighten the weight for easy hook-up.
  • Extra heavy duty hitch and steering components.


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Customer Testimonials

My family & I were talking with a gentleman from Westendorf last Friday at your display at the Iowa State Fair, and we were telling him about the old 1940's Westendorf running gear that I had just restored. This running gear was a hay wagon when my Grandfather had it. I am getting ready to replace the wood and fix it back to a hay wagon for parades (and just for fun).
I was around 10 years old when my Grandfather would have me drive the tractor and pull this wagon. I lost my Grandfather back in the 90's. We found this running gear in the field where we previously stored the hay. The running gear was good as new when we found it. I am 41 years old, and I am very lucky to have my parents, as my Dad has been a big part of the restoration of this wagon.
Here are a couple of pictures I thought I would send you.

Todd Whitehead - Des Moines, IA