tuscarora trader

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About tuscarora trader

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  • Birthday 02/06/1956

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    windsor New York
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    Making knives
    Cars, Trucks,
    old equipment
    and anything red
  1. Hello Good hope. where are you located.I have a shop near me that is great and they do a lot of shipping in and out. they are more then resonable at there prices. maybe and option. Tuscarora trader
  2. Quinndog Quinndog I have at work 2 466 engines they doth have at times had very small leaks at a gasketnext to the front seal. I a'm not a fan of quik fix things but when away from the shop you do what must be done. I have used alum-a seal , bars stop leak. They are my choices yes i have tried pepper, bread not the crust. and they all work for a short time fix. Tuscarora trader
  3. Hello Enghishcreek Welcome, The rollers take a special fitting. you clean around the roller and take out the pipe plug napa sells the complete set of grease adaptures that fit. I can't remember the # of hand. It has both button types and the pipe one you need. you screw in the pipe plug that has a short pipe attached Most guys use corn grease I use grease.as u pump grease in the old grease is forced out. You will know when to stop when clean grease comes out.If you go to napa it may not come up on the computer they will have to look in the large tool book. Hope this helps Tuscarora trader
  4. Hi jovan I like to keep them as close to orginal as possible. There is a place in ohio that does mags.I like mags better than distrbutor. Thats why we use them on race cars.Hotter spark and make there own energy.Plus the closer to orginal the better the resale. Tuscarora trader
  5. Welcome jovan The tag should be at your left knee in the seat up on the firewall. Get the ser # at the start of the site there are pinned treads one shows the ser # They did a great job. Nice machine hope you enjoy it . The people here are a great resorce. hope this helps Tuscarora trader
  6. Hi all Happy thanksgiving to all. Tuscarora trader and family
  7. Hello 560 It maybe in your pump. change the oil and add some marvel mystery oil. that helps clean out any sticky crudd that gums up the plungers and valves. Hope it helps. Tuscarora trader
  8. Charlie If i'm not mistaken the td9 and the 35 were the same beast. Maybe a early td9 start carb are the same. hope this helps Tuscarora trader
  9. Hi all I use my local mack dealer they also do bucket trucks they have a hose shop that makes you drool. They do steel lines and hi heat and pressure. Tuscarora trader
  10. Hello Dave Very nice machine. I would check and make sure the fuel system is all working to the injector pump first. Then If I had to take the pump off. If I remember right there is a shop out next to you it was in yesterdays tractor magazine. Or just about any pump and injector guy can do that. agian nice find. Tuscarora trader
  11. Hello curly Yes drain gallies could be plugged. does the drain tube come from a canister on the top of the engine If so there should be a filter inside if that gets too much gunk in it it will build up pressure and you start to lose oil. most people miss this step when changing oil.some you can clean some need to be replaced. Hope it's not blow by. Tuscarora trader
  12. Hi farmall tom First off nice machine. Just a thought Didn't Farmall - international paint some of there tractor white as demonstrators and could it be possible that your's was a demo machine. Just thinking outside the box. Tuscarora trader
  13. hello ihc56fan At the beginning of this tread there are some pinned treads one is of part location. The people here did a great job. fp Smith is one that is used a lot. Hope this helps. nice machine. I have a td340 and love it. It never stops impressing me. Tuscarora trader
  14. Hello Fireball I payed 1000.00 200.00 to move it. It had a broke sleeve and piston. But I still think it is worth all that is being done. and I have talked to some real nice people on the way. Tuscarora trader
  15. Hi ajtel The only time I ever saw a timed flywheel the bolt holes were the markes you couldn't get the bolts but one way. You can check for run out but if there was no bad vibration I would not worry they spin so slow anyway. Torque all bolts flywheel and clutch. Yes there is a big difference over time. Hope this helps. Gotta love old iron. Tuscarora trader