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  1. Update, got the td9 home, ended up hiring a wrecker/ equipment mover guy. He moved it with no problem, also about half way on his flat bed the tracks started moving. Anyway another one saved from the scrap yard.
  2. Update, got the td9 home, ended up hiring a wrecker/ equipment mover guy. He moved it with no problem, also about half way on his flat bed the tracks started moving. Anyway another one saved from the scrap yard.
  3. Update, I took the covers off that are located on the back of the machine to look at the bands, they have some rust on them, I suspect they are are the issue. No unfortunately it doesn't run, thanks for that parts picture I'll see if I can get to any of the linkage and get them to move. The brake pedals are not locked in.
  4. Hi everyone, I recently bought a td9 it's been sitting in a shed for a long time, I managed to get it up and out of it's holes, but I can only make the tracks only move about an inch. Is there a parking break or steering clutch that's lock on? Any help is appreciated, as I'm on a bit of a time crunch to get it moved.
  5. Hi everyone, I recently bought a td9 it's been sitting in a shed for a long time, I managed to get it up and out of it's holes, but I can only make the tracks only move about an inch. Is there a parking break or steering clutch that's lock on? Any help is appreciated, as I'm on a bit of a time crunch to get it moved.
  6. I was plowing with my 3588, when I got to the head land I raised the hitch and make my corner only to see the hitch never went up. Couple things I noticed was with the position lever down the rear outlets will work fine but with the lever in the up position it will not lift the tail wheel. Is there a bypass valve I need to check, broke/ fell off linkage, or did the piston in the hitch spring a leak? Has anyone ran in to this before? Any help would be appreciated
  7. That part number refers to the oil filter that fits in the normal oil filter housing. I assume that the decal was just a generic one from the previous restoration. This one appears to need a non flange style, flat on both sides to seal. Below is the picture of the custom filter that was in it.
  8. Hello, I'm looking for some help. I recently picked up a WD-9. This tractor has been sitting for a while so I wanted to change the engine oil. When I took the oil filter out I could see that someone custom made the filter to fit the housing. I wondering if anyone would have the oil filter number for this housing pictured below. My other thought would be to pick up a regular oil filter housing so I can buy a more common filter. Thanks for the help.
  9. Thanks for the feedback, so one thing to add to this is that someone has added a hitch to it to slide over the drawbar maybe, see picture. The two questions I have are, one will this much weight on the drawbar bend or break the hitch, two could this be made in to a 3 pt pull by adding the normal 3pt hookup to the existing hitch?
  10. Hello, I have a 700 7 bottom plow, it has what the parts book calls a "fixed hitch" hitch. Attached is a picture of the parts book page. I'm used to the 3 pt or trailer plows style hitch and this one is just odd looking to me. Does anyone else have one of these so I could see how to hook it up to the tractor, I would be pulling it with a 3588.
  11. hello, well i finally am able to work on my 3588 again, i just put a new TA in and i am having some pressure issues. i installed a gauge on the lube port and one to read the clutch pressures in the safety valve port. when the TA is in low i have great pressure on the clutches around 280 and the lube pressure is 22 psi. With the TA in high the lube pressure goes to 0 and the clutch pressure bounces from 250 to 280, also if the oil is cold the lube pressure will bounce from 10 to 0. i have gone though the MCV now 4 times; the first time was a complete rebuild with new springs to go with a new TA. ive been looking for a broken spring, blown gasket, bad o-ring, sticky valve, something to cause this drop and gain in pressure. today i tried using a pre luber to see if i could find a leak in the TA itself with the MCV off. i only tried it at 20 PSI, but i had oil come out the low side port when i put pressure in the high side port and vise versa. The lube port did what it was supposed to i assume. the tractor will move itself in both high and low. i have gone though the trouble shooting in the blue ribbon book with the steering and breaks they check out good and dont change the pressure readings on the gauge in high or low. any help will be appreciated. thanks in advance.
  12. I am finishing up a 1941 bn and was wondering what decal set it needs to be correct and how to tell whether it is supposed to have the cultivision decal any help is appreciated thanks
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