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  1. Old and new. Thanks to TD-18 for the patent numbers decal (center decal). ×
  2. Today, the main chassis got painted. Should almost look like a T-6 in a few short week.
  3. Machinist finally got a day…and poof the engine is together and in place. Had to gap every ring, but all bearings and such fit the freshly ground crank properly. However, as the assembly took place, found a tube sitting beside the valve train…what was it for? Oh! Wait now we remember, the drain tube for the filter into the crankcase…dang, off came the oil pan and everything put back in place! Once the new clutch shaft is in and the lid put back on, this chunk can be painted and assembly of the rails etc can commence.
  4. Excellent! Currently involved in the restoration of a 1946 T-6 crawler...check it out in the industrial forum in Red Power. The attached photo was taken a few years ago. It is coming together now! Waiting on some paint and it will soon start getting new colour and assembly! Have fun with it!
  5. First roller assembled. Decided after much back and forth that the 4140 shafts are going to outlast most of us since the crawler will only see very occasional use. So, not hardening them.
  6. Summer seems to slip away quickly and projects get slowed. The rollers axles are taking shape. Should be getting the feet back on the old beast before Christmas…not going to say what year though.
  7. SShhhh....We won't say anything to them...likely go unnoticed. We shoveled and scrapped up all we could afterwards.
  8. Wondering if this had anything to do with the nice oil coating? The bottom of the air-cleaner was worn threw by the parts inside that got loose and wore out.
  9. Still needs more cleaning, but it is looking a bit better.
  10. Checking out the head. Everything looks good.
  11. Checking over the dash and electrical components to make sure there are no extra holes where they shouldn’t be. Waiting for the pistons and rods to come back from the engine shop since we needed new bushings.
  12. That is probably because they are new.
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