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  1. DWF

    DT361

    TD-20 had them, Dirtboyz has one of them. Very un common engine. DWF
  2. 6.50/8.87 was a common two speed on older gasoline engine trucks. DWF
  3. DWF

    282

    I had a 1969 Galion 503A grader and it came with a D-236 engine. DWF
  4. There used to be numbers stamped on the pinion shaft where the yoke is, For instance 9-42 means 9 teeth on the pinion and 42 teeth on the ring gear. 42 divided by 9 = 4.67. DWF
  5. I saw one of those pins in one of my drawers, probably for a 3-53 in a Timberjack skidder or could be from a 8V-71, had both of them years ago. DWF
  6. I think the Freeman Company of Grand Forks ND really got the headbolt heater going. I know my Dad had them back in the 50's DWF
  7. All the TD-9's had 12 volt systems. DWF
  8. That sure is a good looking 190! I had a 67 RF190 back in the late 80's. It was one of the later R190's. Thanks for the pics. DWF
  9. Lamppa Mfg, Tower, Mn 55790 218-753-2330 DWF
  10. I have a Hitachi ZX-160 and it has the pattern changer, iso or sae, no special Hitachi pattern on it. DWF
  11. DWF

    P&H excavator

    Yes, the C451 was a 73 model and had hydraulic drive motors and a regular crawler tractor type track too. DWF
  12. DWF

    P&H excavator

    I was wrong, the H418 has a 6V53 engine. So your's would be a H312 with the 471. I searched and there is info on both models online. DWF
  13. DWF

    P&H excavator

    I think there was an H 418 P&H. I would think that a 471 would have more than a 5/8 yard bucket. I had a Bantam C451 with a 453 and it had at least a 5/8 yard bucket. DWF
  14. I contract logged for Potlatch until they sold their OSB mills in Minnesota to Ainsworth, a Canadian company, I believe it was 2004. Ainsworth closed all the OSB plants by 2008. The Cloquet Mill was sold previously to Sappi and Potlatch had already closed the Brainerd mill. The only thing Potlatch has left in Minnesota is the stud mill near Bemidji. Potlatch at one time was the largest land owner in Minnesota. Most of that land has been sold and not to forestry interests. DWF
  15. That looks like a logger from the North west states. I logged for Potlatch in NE Minnesota. I think the Potlatch headquarters were in Idaho. The guy who was in charge of Potlatch Woodlands in Minnesota was transferred to Spokane Washington I believe. The saw has some blue paint it looks like. Many years ago Homelite was a popular saw for loggers and they had some blue ones. DWF
  16. I was at the Almelund, Mn antique show last weekend. There was one of these there with a cab, Interesting! DWF
  17. Just curious, what kind of loader is it. I used to haul mainly pulp, some saw logs in Minnesota. DWF
  18. DWF

    786 engine

    Yesterday while trucking gravel, I saw a very nice 786 cutting a hay field along the highway. It looked to be in very good condition. I was curious as to what engine it would have. A lot of dairy farms have went out of the dairy business however there are quite a few left in this area, NW Wisconsin. A lot of 66 and 86 series tractors still in use. This was one of the better examples I've seen. DWF
  19. Air pressure gauges should be mechanical that vintage. All you would need to do is have an air line between the tank and the gauge. DWF
  20. I don't know about those two parts, but the wrench looks like it would be for the track adjustment, you could slip a pipe on it for more leverage. The problem with that type of adjustment is from non use, then everything gets rust. Nice to find all of those goodies. DWF
  21. Louie is right, tighten the clutch is clockwise. DWF
  22. A lot of people say re hook at the idler, but I have had good luck at the rear of the sprocket, so whatever works. usually need to loosen the tension too. DWF
  23. They were a good grader, a lot of them still in use. A DD came with an Allis Chalmers 6cyl diesel lik used in a D17. Probably engine failed, thus the JD transplant. Probably the 4cyl AC gas engine was more common. DWF
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