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About td-18

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  • Birthday 09/26/1973

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  1. The oil seals for this are a CR 15250 , I’ve found that nobody ( at least around here ) has any on hand so my supplier got with the maufacturer and they will make them and they will be delivered 5 weeks after receiving the order , but they are spendy😕 The roller bearings are just as the factory sizes , the only difference is I had an annular groove added to help the lubricant be distributed throughout the roller and to reach the seals , they are 6-7 weeks after I submit the order . The only reason I offered this is to maybe help someone eliminate a bunch of legwork if finding all of this out in their own .
  2. No unfortunately these don’t work for the td9 I’m sorry
  3. I am having oil seals and bushings made for the early tractors and could obtain more if anyone is in need
  4. T6 Restoration Pictures

    Ya I don’t mind ... I think it’s a good color
  5. TD18

    Are you looking for a year of manufacture?
  6. T6 Restoration Pictures

    I think they are rated for 2 ton but they are only there for insurance
  7. T6 Restoration Pictures

    The color is as near as I can tell , all of my research indicated that the red pigment in the paint could vary from one factory to another and during world war 2 the pigment was very scarce sometimes. I was able to compare the new red that is on the T6 now to a few spots on another machine where it had been exposed to very little if no sun and it’s very close , but I will say I’ve never been to a tractor show where all of the red tractors were the same color . Just out of curiousity does it look right to all of you or is it off , I’m kind of curious ! Thanks
  8. T6 Restoration Pictures

    One of these days I hope to be able to show what I started with
  9. T6 Restoration Pictures

    Now onto rollers , idlers , track frames and tracks
  10. T6 Restoration Pictures

    Here are the tabs , I hope this helps
  11. T6 Restoration Pictures

    I’ll take some pictures tomorrow so that you can see how it is secured
  12. T6 Restoration Pictures

    It has some tabs that bend over and hold it in place , it has five squares per inch , I was able to find some at Steiner tractor parts
  13. T6 Restoration Pictures

    I know it a bit difficult to see but the casting date tag on the engine block reads 12-30-N according to the quick research I did that was 1944, I don’t think it looks to bad for being 73 years old today!
  14. I ended up finding an original instruction manual on a large online auction , it was fairly spendy but worth it
  15. T6 Restoration Pictures

    It’s Omni MTK acrylic urethane