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  1. We were very excited to start this TD9 last week. Here are two short videos: TD9 starting Switchover to diesel: It was so old, there was a tree growing between the blade and the dozer. I don't think the carb is working because we were dumping gas into the intake manifold to get it to run. Miraculously, it switched over to diesel and ran for a little while before dying. Now that we know it works we have a few questions: What is the start procedure? In particular, what is the control to the right of the choke that rotates? Is it for the butterfly valve in the carb? What is the starting / running position? Any ideas where to start on cleaning the diesel circuit? I suspect the diesel in the tank is decades old. What needs to be lubricated / filled / checked before we try and move it? How do we move it? What do all the levers and knobs do? Thanks!
  2. Hello I am new here and new to the old tractor world. I have recently bought a 1951 MD. When I first got it the gas side and the diesel side worked flawlessly then one day I went to start it on gas to unload it off the trailer it cranked and cranked with white smoke before finally starting. It now will not start or run on gas. I managed to get it started on diesel and tried to switch it to gas and it quits. I checked for spark and it seems to be a white spark not blue, plugs look ok. I'm at a loss......I just got a manual but it doesn't seem to go over this particular point. I have not yet checked linkage adjustments, I was hoping someone has been through this before. I bought this MD because I'd never seen one before and I thinks it' the coolest tractor out there. Any help would be greatly appreciated. David
  3. What are some of you guys doing for engine stands? While I’m waiting for parts I was thinking I may as well figure out what to use. I will put the head on after it’s in the frame. Just to set crank and pistons it would be nice to have one. I wonder if a better 1500-2000lb stand would work ok. D310’s can be bolted sideways. Not sure if 414 or 436 can be or not.
  4. I am currently looking at buying a 504 diesel and was wondering what problems, if any, these tractors were known to have? Or if anyone had any advice from their own personal experiences with them. Anyway to get some more ponies out of a D188? It's going to be pulling sled for the rest of it's days while I own it! I currently have a 504 gas burner and haven't had any bad problems with it. Anything is appreciated! Thanks!
  5. Hey folks, I just change the oil on my international 784. The first 2 gallons with shell Rotella T one . I'm accidentally filled the oil filter with Castrol HD 30 half to 3/4 of the way. Then Installed oil filter and ran the engine. How much damage if any do you think will this cost to the engine if ran very minimal for the next six months?
  6. Hey folks, I just change the oil on my international 784. The first 2 gallons with shell Rotella T one . I'm accidentally filled the oil filter with Castrol HD 30 half to 3/4 of the way. Then Installed oil filter and ran the engine. How much damage if any do you think will this cost to the engine if ran very minimal for the next six months?
  7. This thread is showing my process of troubleshooting the issues I have run up against in getting my TD9 operational... I was given this TD9 by a neighbor who had left it sitting for over 7 years. My location is Southern Oregon where we do get a fair amount of rain. Another neighbor helped me push the TD9 down to my property to work on. After getting it here, it sat for another 2 years until I was able to get working on it. I ordered 3 books from Binderbooks.com; these are copies of the original books. 1) Operations Manuel TD9 (1949) 2) Service Manuel and parts catalog "International Diesel Injection Pumps" 3) Service Manuel: "CHS-2 Crawler Tractors"
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