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#11 LoggerLee

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Posted 24 April 2012 - 02:58 PM

My last TD9 I got was advertised for $800, traded a rifle for it, pretty much brand new undercarrage and it was all there but the engine was locked up.
Put my $500 "what the heck I can get most of that back selling the injection pump" TD9 engine in it and made it run, everything seems pretty good, had a new ceramic clutch in it and it turns both ways and the brakes are good.

Just need to re-wire it cause' the original insulation has frayed off most of the wiring.
1 T20
1 TD14A
3 TD9s
And some TD14 street tracks and chains and sprockets I'd like to sell.

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Posted 24 April 2012 - 07:15 PM

Right now $1300 for an engine would be a very good deal indeed. A new set of 4 1/8" pistons/sleeves is $1650.

Btw, we really need more pictures. Don't be afraid to zoom out for some panoramic scenic views, with nearby landmarks and such..
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Uhh ohh , sounds like I might haveta keep the neighbors on the look out for a white loadstar :lol: The utavada bandits are back in business :ph34r: Tell you what , if I see that particular white loadstar pull in the driveway , I'd make you a killer deal on a running td6 motor :P The story posted here would be worth it . Matter of fact I bet if I started a collection for the story , the members would chip in and have it paid for by the time you got here :lol:

Lee , I would love to find a non running td6 with new undercarriage around here . Don't think there's a chance in 'ell but it would be nice . :D

Just to show I'm a good sport , here's your landmark B)

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Posted 24 April 2012 - 10:54 PM

Bwa ha ha!!!

But I don't think ten bucks will cover gas.
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1953 Super C -- 1957 Farmall 450
1953 TD9 "Ichabod JR" aka "Icky"
1949 TD18 "Brutus" -- 1956 TD18-182 "Yard Dog"
1964 Loadstar 1600 -- 1975 Loadstar 1700 dump truck
1949 Massey 44

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Posted 25 April 2012 - 07:39 PM

That stinks about not starting we started it with that battery and jump box
Before you got there. Glad your happy I'm happy I agree good deal for
both of us. Strong runner hopefully she will get some new shoe's in the future.

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Posted 25 April 2012 - 09:01 PM

Didn't have a hand crank?
1 T20
1 TD14A
3 TD9s
And some TD14 street tracks and chains and sprockets I'd like to sell.

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Posted 26 April 2012 - 01:51 AM

Didn't have a hand crank?


No , never have saw one for a TD6 . Must be hens teeth . My others all had front pumps so never looked much .

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Posted 26 April 2012 - 09:57 AM


Didn't have a hand crank?


No , never have saw one for a TD6 . Must be hens teeth . My others all had front pumps so never looked much .



My TD-6 ('48) has a pump on the front, so hand cranking is out of the question, but it *does* have the hand crank storage bracket on the transmission cover.

I don't know if all TD-6's came with the bracket from the factory or not.


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Posted 26 April 2012 - 09:59 AM

PuddleJumpers™ don't use a crank.

You just pick them up and zoom them on the ground a few times and away they go.
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1953 TD9 "Ichabod JR" aka "Icky"
1949 TD18 "Brutus" -- 1956 TD18-182 "Yard Dog"
1964 Loadstar 1600 -- 1975 Loadstar 1700 dump truck
1949 Massey 44

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Posted 26 April 2012 - 10:16 AM



Didn't have a hand crank?


No , never have saw one for a TD6 . Must be hens teeth . My others all had front pumps so never looked much .



My TD-6 ('48) has a pump on the front, so hand cranking is out of the question, but it *does* have the hand crank storage bracket on the transmission cover.

I don't know if all TD-6's came with the bracket from the factory or not.


Matt


So that's what that bracket on the top of the TD9 transmission is for! (learn something new every day) :)
1 T20
1 TD14A
3 TD9s
And some TD14 street tracks and chains and sprockets I'd like to sell.

International Harvester crawler group on Facebook http://www.facebook....57096181046179/

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Posted 26 April 2012 - 06:39 PM

PuddleJumpers™ don't use a crank.

You just pick them up and zoom them on the ground a few times and away they go.


Gonna need a demonstration sir . :P

Sorry guys , been long days all week and tomorrow . May get some time to play this weekend ( read make time ) will look for the bracket .



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