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  1. if anyone has worn out sprockets on a 150 international loader I know someone who has a full set of weld in sprocket cups. years ago I installed a set on a hd15 allis dozer and ran the hound out of it and never had a problem. these may also fit the td9b dozer (don't know for sure) you can e mail me at twisteroneatt.net@att.net thanx dan
  2. hello old iron owners I need a good set of tracks (especially the rails) for a 150l loader. I think the td9b dozers used the same rails thanx for your help dan
  3. thanx for the reply found out how to reduce pic size and am now sending same regards dan
  4. I have a 1975 model 150L international loader with a 3 in 1 drott bucket that I have owned for the last 9 years and have used to clean up 4 farms. during this time everything has been re-built except the transmission including the engine, final drives, brakes, torque convertor, and hydraulic pump. the pins and bushings have never been turned. I have many extra parts including a radiator, crankshaft, many seals and bushings, sprockets, etc. this machine is in excellent condition but it is time to find a new owner as I have ceased all construction work. I have somewhere near 25,000 invested in this machine and my question for my many "old iron" owners is how much of my investment could I recover if I disposed of it and what would be the best method to do so? thanx to all who share my love of old iron. ps I have pics but the files are too large to upload to redpower, if you like e mail me your address and I will forward them to you. regards dan
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