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#21 Az.Nick

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Posted 23 May 2010 - 10:34 PM

This is a great resource. Thanks to everyone involved.



We hope all RP useres get use out of it and share what we've missedPosted Image .

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Posted 18 June 2010 - 01:08 PM

Updated the web contacts list today, not sure if you have seen/used these contacts:

http://www.redpowerm...showtopic=30965

Greer Aftermarket Parts
Jon-602-541-5971 (if you have a part #, make & model h can find it)
greerparts@hotmail.com

Roberts Farm Equip. Ohio 800-367-8751
flyer says over 4k dismantled mach.
www.ROBERTSTRACTOR.COM

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#23 M Diesel

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Posted 03 December 2010 - 01:11 PM

Hi guys,

Took this from acmoc site. Guy was seeking radiator cores for his old Cat stuff.

For those looking at replacing a problem radiator core I would like to reccomend General Radiator 1-800-336-2444 ask for Dan

I checked with numerous companies and they gave the cheapest price and longest warranty.

For example:
RD7 radiator-replacement core prices $1500-$877 1 yr warranty,
General has it for $675 with installation kit and 5 year warranty-the others did not offer this.
Gas 40 radiator-replacement core prices $ 1000-$717 1 yr warranty,
General has it for $525 with kit and 5 yr warranty-the others did not offer this.
They make them onsite in USA and I will have them in three Business days.
They are made with a Copper core with Brass top/ bottom plates and has correct bolt pattern.

I just ordered a core for my TD9. Cost around $345 plus $85 shipping from Chicago area to mid Missouri. Includes an installation kit, and had 5 year warranty. At that price I can't justify working on the old leaky core. Ordered today Dec 12 and it is supposed to arrive on the 8th.

General Radiator 1-800-336-2444
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Posted 09 March 2011 - 11:36 AM

Spoke to these guys today Re TD25C parts. Knowlageable and courtous.

Wayne & Kurt Holley

Coastal Pacific Equipment
685 Mackenzie Ave South
Williams Lake
V2G 1E2
BC
Canada

1800 811 6911
250 392 7757

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Posted 19 August 2011 - 09:27 PM

Hi IH fans I'm still here, just been real busy & away from this thing. I check in now & then. R59

Hey rocko59 good to see an IH mechanic on here.Im new to this site.I too am a mechanic on IH farm Equip and case construction in AB.My family ran IH farm equip and IH crawlers back east.My Brother and I still have a td9b and use it around our wood lot back east needs a little work.Parts are still availible but getting hard to come by.Hope I can get some advice from you when I need some.Thanks

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Posted 15 August 2012 - 05:19 AM

Gentleman, good day. New on here, look forward to using the resources and helping where I can. I'll be young to some at 54 but don't let that fool ya, as second generation of a company started by my farther in 1946 I've been around this my entire life. Started in 73 running on an 18a with b-91 pan and moved up the ladder to owner in 91. Dad got started with IH as was the only one producing new equipment right after the war, bought his first new 14 in 47 from a dealer in Peoria IL of all places for 7grand. We stayed with IH and have rebuilt several 18 and 20's, but the 20c is my favorite, what a brute. Well I didn't mean to write a book so I'll leave this for now as it's time to go play.

#27 john@walker-plant.co.uk

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Posted 31 December 2012 - 04:22 AM

Any body have a new-price list for the old TD crawlers?

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Posted 17 June 2013 - 05:32 AM

I have a few parts for 18, 20, and 9, see my site: http://www.used-volv...wler-Parts.html


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Posted 08 September 2013 - 11:46 AM

I found this the other day, posted it in another thread but thought I would add it here. Henderson company makes weld-on sprocket rims for TD-9, TD-14/15, TD-18/20, TD-24/25.

http://www.henderson...rocket_rims.htm

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