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More pics of what I have lying around. I will post updates with progress soon.

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i didn't see one, but i am looking for a oil cup and clamp for a TD6 Donaldson type air cleaner?

Regards,

 chris

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Sorry Sugermaker, I looked through everything twice and did not see one. 

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Thanks very much for checking. I guess the customized dog dish will have to work for a while.:) You do have a nice pile of stuff!

Regards,

 Chris

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lots of the little things you need when working on a cat. good collection.

 

KoO

 

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Fresh clutch install. Sweet over center snap. So much fun reaching down over and around the shifter lever. Beyond fingertips. Lots of pry bar and extendable magnet. 

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Looks like you are missing the clutch brake lining or is it the way the picture is taken?

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It looks like it's there Louie. I didn't think it was either for a minute. At least, that's what it looks like here.

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I had acquired the disk in a recent purchase of parts from a private sale. (see pics at beginning of this post).

The clutch brake lining was thick and properly riveted in place. Turned the throw out  bearing surface on the lathe for fresh contact. 

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You wouldn't happen to have a old generator in that lot would ya? 

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Pretty sure there's a few in there. I will see what's there and post a picture for you after work today.4th picture from the top in this tread shows a couple.

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There are 4 generators.  Happy to look at them closer if you have further interest. 20171024_161102.thumb.jpg.3bd50016c9c912609852cb6c009ec70a.jpg

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Your awesome, if your willing to part with the large black send me a pm and we can talk specifics!!

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Well crap...i checked the final drives and the left one was full of water and the sprocket has wear on the sides of the teeth. Broke the track. Sprocket has side play..bearing issue I'm sure. Oh of course front idler is junk also. Diagonal brace comes off next, oh what fun. 

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The top picture has a metal box on the exhaust manifold on the end.  Is this to heat the intake air or for a heater for the operator?  Some of the old gas tractors had a heater for "cheap fuel" but I suppose heated air could improve the performance of a diesel.

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I don't see where it is connected to anything else, just an in and out for the exhaust. Possible homemade spark arrestor?

George

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10 hours ago, G Huffman said:

metal box on the exhaust manifold on the end. 

Maybe that's a "lunch box"   for heating up a sammy and beans :D

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Not sure either but would make a great food warmer. Beef stew in a can..

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Watch that diagonal brace! That's what did me in on my back. Heavy and awkward about like every other part on these!:)

Regards,

 Chris

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I used to warm my "C rations" on the top of the transmission of a D7 until one day I went to eat and nothing was there.  Weeks later when we were doing a maintenance stand down I got my lunch back when we dropped the belly pans to get the mud out. 

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Definately Holloween. This project is full of nasty suprises. Bolts that will not be defeated without the torch really add time and effort. Usually that last bolt that will not cooperate. This was yesterday's fight..

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