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DWF

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  1. The idler needs to be replaced. The other rollers look bad. Best to look for used parts, the trouble with that is that the used parts may be shot too. There are T340's around, but to find a good one. Saw one on Duluth, Mn Craig's list a while ago, may still be there. DWF
  2. Usually when they have plugs like that they have SAE 30 or 80-90 gear oil in them. If you fill them with oil and it leaks then go with grease. DWF
  3. The 436 is very similar to a 466 which was used in a TD-15C. I would think it would fit with some modifications. You should put this post on the Construction board on this forum, more people will see it there. DWF
  4. TD-15C came out in 71 or 72 and had a 466. I read an article once and it said that the 466 was first in construction equipment, IH was shocked (according to the article) when they tested the engine for new pollution regulations for trucks and it passed without much if any modification. DWF
  5. Use a long extension for your socket. Should be no problem to get a rebuilt or have yours rebuilt. I changed one out in the dead of a Minnesota winter outside, only thing warm was the pickup. DWF
  6. Had several logging trucks with log loaders mounted in the rear. We had the pumps mounted off of the pto and newer ones mounted on the pto. We always ran back pipe mounted on the frame cross members for the hydraulics of the loader. Two 3/4" for pressure and 1 1/4 or 1 1/2" for return, hoses on the pump and loader end of the pipe. My loaders ran 1850 psi, new loaders are higher, Never had a problem. DWF
  7. Allis Chalmers forum called Unofficial Allis Chalmers "The Forum". I've been on it a few times, it's okay. DWF
  8. There is a thread on diesels for a loadstar on the truck board. It seems some came with a 6V53 Detroit. DWF
  9. Nice looking tractor! DWF
  10. I don't know for sure, but maybe a 6V53? A possibility. DWF
  11. I think the wiring diagram would be in the parts book, at least that's how the older dozers were. I can't help on this subject, but welcome to the forum. DWF
  12. There was some of these in use in Minnesota quite a few years ago. The guys thought they were great for tramping swamps in the winter so they would freeze for roads. DWF
  13. You said a month or so ago that you were done responding to his posts. Now you're still causing trouble. DWF
  14. Maybe try putting this on the construction board here as that machine is similar to a 500 crawler and there are guys on that board that have 500's. DWF
  15. That's another reason to take the head off. DWF
  16. Sounds as though the fun is just beginning! Hope all turns out well! DWF
  17. I had a 9900i from 2000 to 2007,. Even though I don't have it now, what is a Johnny stick? Thanks. DWF
  18. I wonder what that sound like with that complex exhaust system? DWF
  19. For that kind of $$$, get the Case and hurry. DWF
  20. I bought a Galion Grader with a UD236 engine which was very hard starting. Went to take the glow plugs out and two of them had to have the injector lines removed to get the plugs out. I then figured that wasn't right so I posted my problem on this site. Turns out the injectors were all installed wrong, the glow plugs were on the bottom and should have been on top, 180 degrees off. It was like that for a long time as it had been painted by the P.O. and the injectors were painted too. It was an old repaint. It started much better after we got done with it. DWF
  21. DWF

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    Quite a few DVT-573's ended up in construction equipment like TD20-C and 250-C crawlers. Some in Hough loaders too. I don't know much about S-series trucks. On a side note, don't let JMech get to you, he's a real pain. A few weeks ago he said he would no longer read your posts, but look what happened. Good luck with the TD9, things will get done in time. If you run in to what seems like a dead end, stop working on it for a while, then usually it will work out better. DWF
  22. TD-7E an TD-8E had the German Diesel, the 8 being turbocharged. The next series, the TD-7G and TD-8G had the Cummins engines. I don't know if the 7G was non turbo or just turboed with less horsepower. I know that a few of the E 's were changed to the Cummins and I think there was some type of kit available. Perhaps you could get info from a dealer that was in business then and still is now. I have heard that Winmill equipment in New Hampshire is good. Might be worth a call. Pede, a member of this forum would know the name of a dealer in Benton, Il. I have done parts business with them and they were helpful. DWF
  23. If you mean a TD7C, it would be around 14,000 lbs or so. I don't know exactly, but that would be close. DWF
  24. Nice looking truck! I can see why you want to keep it going. DWF
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