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Eaton Fuller transmission Identification question?

Question:
FRO-16210C
FRO-16210B
Above are two different models of the Fuller FR Series 10-Speed Transmission… Fuller refers to the “C” and “B” at the end of the model number as the “ratio set”.. I am guessing that one is a direct transmission and one is a overdrive model???
I noticed that the Fuller 13 only comes in a “A” ratio set, as seen in the example below.. Why is the 13 speed not offered in different gear sets like the 10 speed models listed above??
RTLO-16913A
Thanks for any help clearing this up.

Answer:

One other question, what exactly dose the 3rd number stand for?? I know the fist two is the torque capacity x100 and the last two numbers represent the number of forward gears but I cant figure out what the middle number is for like the number 9 in RTLO-16913A
thanks again

Answer:

R= Road Ranger
T= twin counter shafts
L= low inertia
O= overdrive
16= torq x 100 (1600 ft lbs)
9= gear set
13= foward gears
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