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coffeecreek

Ok T20 guys here's some pics fer ya

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I have a friend ( ya I know hard to believe :P ) , with a T20 he shows and plays around with . Haven't been out to his house in a while . Stopped by today and found he had added to his collection . He bought 3 T20's for parts . 2 have blades , one has a winch . Said he didn't want the blades or the winch and would be willing to help someone out if they needed a part he didn't . Francis is in N.W. Pa , Pm me and I'll put you in touch . Warning , phone calls will be long and visits will be longer but well worth it :D . The man has a collection I'm quite envious of . :wub: I'll post the few pics I took . By the way , I bought the blade and associated from the first one . ;) Sorry uncle Mike , the last crawler I bought will be wearing it . B)post-41497-0-37238800-1339295450_thumb.jpost-41497-0-44954800-1339295468_thumb.j

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post-41497-0-80193900-1339295603_thumb.jpost-41497-0-65885100-1339295634_thumb.jHere's the second , This is not a B.E. blade , has a W cast into the lift links . Tag shows it was made by a famous winch mfg.

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Wish I was closer, I'd really like to have a blade setup...

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Wish I was closer, I'd really like to have a blade setup...

Aww heck you could talk Bob B. or Bob from Oak hill either one into hauling :D

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That blade setup is pretty unique, we don't see many of those. Maybe the first here? Sure looks fixable. The W escapes me right now, maybe somebody will chip in. It looks kinda like an Isaacson but that isn't saying much.

Can see why that last little guy gave up. Trying to hang onto that big ole winch. :lol:

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I have a woods-isaacson blade on my T-40 - almost the same set-up as seen here - just larger.

I have only seen a "W" or an "I" embossed on the lift arm.

i have a cast woods-isaacson nameplate on the oil tank.

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Definitely a 'family' resemblance to the "Pullman-Isaacson" dozer on my TD-14.

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Mike

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I've got one like your 14 has on my TD9

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i would be interested in the cyclinders name plates & fuel tank off the first one pictured email me at luckie426@comcast.net i have a restored 1939 st14791 t20 with BE bull grader blade, 6 way.

ian

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Pulled the blade assy off the first one and checked on some parts for some of the guys . Figgured I'd post for everyone . Sheetmetal is no good on all , everything has been outside for many years before he got them and the little parts were picked over years ago . He bought them hope'n to get enough U.C. from all three to fix his . So pretty much , the blade ( on the second one :D ) , winch , and castings are all thats saveable . By the way I checked again , all I can make out is Garwood on the blade tag , no Issacson . Cannot make out the winch tag at all .

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