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  1. Thank you folks for your thoughts and confirmations. I will certainly stay away from the pads with 1/2" holes. I will be patient and see what turns up.
  2. I spoke to a gentleman that has pads very similar to mine with the same bolt pattern but they use 1/2" bolts instead of 7/16" bolts. He was thinking they might be for a model 500? I assume it would not be appropriate to use 7/16" bolts on pads that were designed for 1/2" bolts??
  3. I was curious why the Grousers off the T340 had the 2 notches on the them. The grousers original to my T4 do not have the notches and use a 7/16” bolt. The grousers off the T340 also use a 7/16” bolt. I feel a little more educated now so I can start my search for a good set of pads as neither one of my sets are in very good shape. I had to do quite a bit of welding on my T4 pads as they were cracked out around the bolt holes and are getting very thin. I kinda made them work so I could take it to a show this summer but would like to fix it up right over the winter. Thanks to everyone for the information so far.
  4. Hello - The track chains on my T4 crawler were getting extremely worn so I started the search for a different set. I found and purchased a very nice barely used set that I will swap over. The rails measure 2.97" and the bushings are 1.46". I removed the tracks from the T-340 parts crawler and obviously the original grousers were swapped over to the chains when they were replaced as very few of the grousers are in really good shape. I would like to find a good set of grousers to use on the new set of chains that I purchased but see the manual list pads for interlocking and non-interlocking chains. The grousers on my T4 are very worn and have had some bars welded on at some point in time. Can anyone tell me the difference between interlocking and non-interlocking track chains so I can make sure I am searching for the proper grousers? The grousers on my T4 are 10" but I will search for a set of any length as I have a local shop that said they can cut them down if needed. I have attached a picture of the track chains I purchased and a picture of one of one of the good grousers. I also attached a picture of the worn grousers that are currently on my T4. Thanks for any information in deciphering if these are interlocking or non-interlocking.
  5. Thank you all very much for the compliments. It has been a fun project even though some of the parts were limited availability. It should be good for several years now. It is only 48” wide so it doesn’t take up very much space to store it.
  6. Info for t4mike or anyone that might have interest. I spent most of the winter going through the T-4 and getting things back in to tip top shape. I took it to the local show this past weekend. Here is a list of a few things that needed attention: Replaced all steering clutches, drums and brake components (the parts had drawn a lot of moisture over the years) Installed new throw out bearings for the steering clutches Installed new bushings and shafts that operate the carrier for the throw out bearings Cleaned out the rear end housing, installed new seals and new fluid. Took the final drives apart and replaced bearings, seals and gaskets Took the engine apart and cleaned sediment out of the water jacket. Replaced the rubber o-rings at the bottom of the sleeves Rebuilt the water pump as it started to seep. Replaced the engine clutch, pressure plate and throw out bearing I was fortunate enough to find several NOS parts during the process I found a NOS choke cable Made a new wiring harness and battery cables I found a factory original tow took for the front with the proper IH part #
  7. My manual is showing: connecting rods 30-35 Ft lbs; mains 70-75 Ft lbs; head 75-80 Ft lbs
  8. Thank you for the explanation on the differences between part #'s. I believe that I will need the offset one as I have the pto speed reducer on mine. I may have to go the route of having one fabbed up. Thanks for your time.
  9. Trying to locate a factory drawbar extension for a T-4, T-5 or TD-5 crawler. I would like to find one to finish out my crawler. There are 2 different part #'s that should work (I am guessing one might be a little longer than the other). The part #'s are 636032R1 and 636037R1. I have contacted multiple parts suppliers listed on this forum with no luck. One of the suppliers thought they had one but was unable to locate it. Does any member here know of someone that might be parting out one of these machines? Thanks for your time and any information.
  10. Thanks Mike. I sent it off to Kentucky Clutch and they were able to re-line it. I sent it on Wednesday and it was returned on Friday!
  11. Doctor Evil - I found it odd that the clutch disc didn't have springs as well. Also, the H clutch uses a 1-1/4" splined shaft while the T4 uses a 1-3/8" splined shaft. Just one more oddity..... junkandcattle - Thank you for the contact in Michigan. I will get in touch with them. R190 / just Dave - Thank you for the technical information and source for materials.
  12. I am needing to replace the engine clutch plate on my T4. The plate is 10" with part # 635112R91 but not having any luck finding a new one. I checked with several places but came up empty handed. Does anyone know of a business that could re-line mine? Thanks for any information.
  13. I am in the process of replacing the steering clutches on my T4 and have a couple of questions/concerns. When I got it the clutches has seen a lot of moisture and they were in bad shape. The pressure plates were completely shot and one of the throw-out bearings was locked up. I decided to replace the works.... backing plates, drums, new plates, pressure plates, brake bands and throw out bearings. I got the clutch packs re-assembled and adjusted them per the measurements in the book. I re-assembled everything over the weekend and with the shafts in place the complete clutch pack can slide approx. 3/16" side to side on the shafts. Is this normal? Also, should the throw out bearing be in constant contact with the fingers on the pressure plate (mine is not)? I have not but the linkage pieces on yet between the levers and the arm on the release shaft or adjusted the brakes yet because I wasn't sure if the side to side play is normal. Thanks for any information that can be offered.
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