Jump to content

north of 60

Members
  • Posts

    720
  • Joined

  • Last visited

About north of 60

  • Birthday March 25

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Northern Canada
  • Interests
    1966 IHC Loadstar 1700 truck tractor, 1086 IHC & 560 IHC tractors, 1956 IHC TD9 crawler with dozer blade and winch

Recent Profile Visitors

3,369 profile views

north of 60's Achievements

Advanced Member

Advanced Member (3/3)

200

Reputation

  1. Wow… one more to the collection !! How far did you have to go for this one ?
  2. Do you have any part of the coupling for the hydraulic pump still on the machine ?
  3. Not sure where you are located, but Brown International Services in Armstrong, B.C. have someone who rebuilds these pumps for a reasonable price .. phone# (250) 546-6518 .. they have a website
  4. I’ve done it…. ran out of diesel just before I was going to load after finishing a job … will depend somewhat on how well it’s running in gas mode ..
  5. Haven’t gone back through all your posts, but you mention checking the fuel filters .. trying the simple things first is always a good idea... and a dirty fuel filter or an improper filter could cause the fuel starvation issues that you describe...
  6. Well I took some heat after installing a comfy office type chair on my TD9 (that has a canopy).. but it sure has been more comfy than what I had before .. and I use it often ..
  7. Thx Hector..... that was supposed to be a PM just to you ...?
  8. Sorry Hector... just found your Oct message now... I don’t need any discs or plates right now, steering clutches are working.. was thinking about external brake bands ... I’m hoping I can fabricate some type of winch brake for my TD9 Isaacson winch... thinking maybe a TD9 brake band from Steiners just might work ... Would you happen to have an Isaacson winch in your parts collection ?
  9. I agree..looks like a hydraulic pump that bolts onto the side of a truck transmission, to supply fluid to a truck hoist ..
  10. We’re you putting the pan back on after a rebuild or some work on the bottom end ?
  11. I think the TD9 your Dad traded in should have been a 1942 model, with the serial # you provided ... There are a number of past posts on the Forum dealing with seized TD engines... hopefully you can search and find them .. if not, I’m sure you will get some advice from those who have dealt with them .. What shows on the dipstick ? Just oil, oil and water, oil and antifreeze ? That might give you an indication of what’s ahead for you... any obvious places that water could have entered the cylinders, ie: via the exhaust pipe or the manifold ? Where in Ontario are you located ?
  12. I have a 1956 TD9-91 as well, but not the extended track frame ... mine has the dozer blade. it runs well and I enjoy using it regularly around my farm.. 1956 was the first year of production for them... Good luck with your project ... keep us posted, and with pics if you can ! Grant
  13. Good chance of it having the 345 engine... as far as brakes, if it’s not a tractor unit with a 5th wheel it will likely have the hydraulic brakes ....
  14. What were you using to try to remove them ? I welded a short piece of the correct size key stock to an old 1/2” drive socket, and that works well for me... but I didn’t have any that were difficult to loosen ..
×
×
  • Create New...