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  1. I have a chance to buy a T340 with the Drott 4 in 1. $1500 might take it home. Won’t steer, but I’ve researched that pretty heavily and am hoping an adjustment will make it usable. I do have some questions. Several hydraulic leaks, but hey, it’s an old machine. Hydraulics seem strong. Engine runs decent for it’s age, I believe. How would you rate this undercarriage? One of the idlers has some damage, but might be usable. I have attached some pictures. It looks like the oil pan was damaged and has been brazed, but it’s dripping oil, which was clear (probably drains out over time and w
  2. Hello all, Looking to get some help identifying this old tractor. Bought it at an estate sale. Gentleman that owned passed away and family selling it knew nothing about it. I bought it for $1500 and had to get it running.the only thing legible on the plate is 3136 J-W which is stamped in. All else is gone. Wheelbase is about 74", rear tires are 14 x 28s.its a 4 cyl gasoline engine. Of course it's missing the model number side plates. Has a plate over the PTO. Any help would be appreciated in identifying model.
  3. Hi All, I have been following this forum for quite some time now (it has been extremely helpful!) as I work on my 1950ish td6 crawler. I have finally become a member so I figured I would share my experience in case it will be of help to anyone else. This crawler was purchased by my great grandpa (I am only 22) for use on his tree farm. He had plans for some sort of hydraulic lift in the front of the crawler that would grab small trees and lift them vertically to be placed in new locations, however it was never completed. The crawler had been sitting for maybe 10 years before it was m
  4. Thanks all for welcoming me to the forum. I just bought a new-to-me R190 dump truck for a pretty good deal and I have a few questions. It didn’t come with a title or plate on the driver’s door so I’m speculating is is from 1954. 1. The engine block has RD450 180755 stamped on it and cast with 215720-R2 on it. I think the engine may be a more modern vintage any thoughts on the year? Any idea where another info plate may be located on the old beast? 2. The carburetor has part no. 997007 R92. I’ve also attached a picture of it. Is this a single barrel carburetor? I was under the impre
  5. I bought a 1962 International 606 and in the process of changing fluids and filters. When pulling the hydraulic filter out these two pieces of pin were laying in the filter housing. Any ideas as to what it could be?
  6. Help please! This truck has been my nightmare for the past few weeks. 1999 International Navistar 4700 T444E. Click No Crank with a key turn. (Click seems to be coming from the starter solenoid) However- when I jump the truck with a Boost Pack from positive post next to battery box it fires right up no problem every time. - Read codes "152" and "626". -The truck has 2 brand new 12v batteries in parallel. -Fuses are good in battery box. -Cables from battery box along frame rail to relays/ecm/starter are in good condition not frayed or exposed. How sho
  7. A Swing drive or gearbox is a planetary like gear reduction transfer unit that is located on the main frame deck. A gear on the bottom meshes with a large "ring gear" on the bottom of the main frame. The other side is bolted to hydraulic motor that when you apply power turns the machine independent of the tracks. In the 1970's International purchased a French company Called Yumbo that manufactured the machine in France. Our machine was made somewhere between 1975 and 1978 near as I can determine. Later International was absorbed by Dresser and now I think Komotsu owns rights. 396
  8. Hello everyone - Greetings from Charlotte, NC. Unfortunately, my father passed away recently (he was 58) and I'm left with three Internationals: 1966 806D (pictured), 1967 806D, 1974 1466 These tractors were never show ponies - always work horses on a dairy. He bought the '66 806 before I was born (I'm 29). Because of this, they're all in need of a good amount of work - particularly the 806s, they both need a new clutch. I don't want to sell the tractors - I'd like to keep them and restore as I find time & money. Although I spent the first 20 years of my life milking
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