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  1. 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 moved just a few feet to park it in a new location by my dad. Since then it had been sitting 10+ more years (tarped) before I took interest in it. My first task was to get the crawler started on gas. It had the fuel tank relined and carb cleaned but would not start. Long story short, the magneto timing was 180 degrees off meaning it was trying to fire in the intake stroke. With that fixed, it fired right up on gas. I bled the diesel system and it switched over no problem. One of the reasons it had been sitting without use was that the main engine clutch was frozen solid and always engaged. I was able to find a replacement clutch disc online and pull/replace/clean the clutch and flywheel etc. Then the clutch required some adjusting in order to get the lever to lock in position with less resistance. Started the thing up and was able to shift into all 5 gears and it ran great (forward and backward only ) I read all the posts on people trying to get steering clutches loosened up but with no success. I figured it would be best to pull those beasts out and clean them up. Those are not light haha I have currently pulled the right steering clutch out (didn’t need any compression tools but tight fit) and disassembled it. To my surprise the clutch discs were not a solid piece of metal but actually came apart quite easily. I have cleaned up the drum and all the components except the discs, which take forever (a little work each day after work at CNH haha). One of the tricks to getting the clutch disassembled was to unlock the nut from the shaft by hitting those tabs back. I did manage to rip the gasket in the clutch compartment that seals the compartment from the transmission when I removed the clutch. Is there somewhere I can get a replacement gasket. I haven’t found anything and will probably have to make my own. Is there an easy way to clean the rust and debris off the discs? After I get those cleaned up it’s on to the left steering clutch. Then new wiring and some day hopefully some fresh paint. Also just got the tracks loosened up as they were very tight. I purchased a button head lubricator (7/8) adapter for my grease gun but am having second thoughts about packing the rollers with grease after reading up on it. Anyone have suggestions? The seals show no signs of leaking and I don’t want to damage them. Well this is where I am right now. I know you guys love pictures so I will try and post a bunch. Thanks!
  2. 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 should I start troubleshooting this? I've seen some issues with fuses in battery box, relays, and ECM- Where should I start? Thanks a lot in advance to anyone who has information on this!!!
  3. 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. 3964B Serial number F10155 Model E 630002 Part number 3153942R92U I once found a thread with information on Salvage yards for Excavators here but cannot find it again. I'm more of a direct social media or email kinda guy I find navigating forums challenging. My email is bill@maizevalley.com Appreciate if anyone has a list of salvage yards or knows of a machine or part NOS lying around someplace. Thanks Bill
  4. Just bought a used IH 784 and have been using these forums to fix many of the common problems. Hopefully someone here can help me figure out what i have going on with my 4WD. My 4x4 lever flops around within the back half of its travel. When i try to push it forward (into what i believe is 2WD) it feels like it hits a solid stop at the half way point. My linkage is connected properly and the front tires are definitely engaged all the time. I pushed into a dirt pile and i can see that when i start to put a load on the front tires, the clutch that drives them starts to slip and they stop turning even though the back tires are still turning. It is acting like it is stuck half way in 4WD, and i believe this may be the situation? Otherwise the clutch may simply be worn out and possibly the yoke or some other part has broken from the previous owner wrenching on it too hard? I am wondering if anyone else has encountered this situation? Everything looks easy to get at, is there any trick to pulling the case apart to get in there and see what is going on? PS, i have the Z-F style front axle, not the KIMCO. The links below show my 4WD linkage and front drive train including the clutch. (They call it the front PTO clutch) https://www.messicks.com/cas/60177?sectionId=59928&diagramId=60177_375099 https://www.messicks.com/cas/60177?sectionId=59928&diagramId=60177_375088 Thanks in advance for your help.
  5. 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.
  6. In recently found a 1586 that had been sitting for 10 years. All the hydraulic oil was out of it. I have done many repairs and put in new Hytran and filter. When I hooked up the Rb455 Baler it was really slow picking up tailgate. I proceeded to drain fluid and find that main hitch pump was bad, Mcv seems to be fine. I am wanting to go to a 17gpm pump possibly with piggyback pump if you have any recommendations. I want tractor to steer and have good brake pressure at all times. Also want to know what else I need to do and where I should get parts from? Thanks ahead for the responses
  7. We have a complete coleman front axle in stock , and my question is : what's the value of this on the market? Thanks Martin
  8. We have a complete coleman front axle in stock , and my question is : what's the value of this on the market? Thanks Martin
  9. 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 cows, stacking hay, and cutting silage - I stepped away from that after college and now work in engineering. It's safe to say that these old tractors inspired my fascination with engineering and mechanical stuff. My first goal is to get them all running - some have been sitting for a few years, but were all running when parked. The '66 806 just required a new battery and a shot of ether to fire right up. I suspect the others will be the same. This will take years of work and tons of money, but hopefully it'll be worth it in the end. I'm sure I'll need the help and support of this community. Pictures of the other tractors to come shortly. Thanks, -Chad
  10. There are a couple archived threads on here with some small pics. Gonna post up my project here with bigger pics to help others and hopefully get some of the other conversion guys to throw in what they have found to work. The below two have both done conversions. andrewn269 856_6BT Bought it not running motor had broke cam possibly. Eric helping me out with the tear down. Me removing cab. Ready to pull motor Got it down to see if clutch was worth reusing. It looked like it had just been replaced. Had 12 spring pressure plate as well. Getting motor in. Notched rail to clear front cover on cummins. Parts bought from Link Front mounts Motor in. Clearance on fuel tank and heat shroud needed to miss back of head Now for correct fan hub, spacer, and fan, coolant elbows on motor, turbo / manifold options. fuel tank support, air filter support, throttle cable
  11. I been looking for part or a whole new motor for my international Kb.5 a green dimand 233 motor I been at it for 3 years and haven't even got to fixing the breaks every one tells me to put a 350 in it but I really like the original motor does and one still have any of this stuff on there shelves or in a shed some were????
  12. Hello, I am working on the 986 I got from a local farmer, said it had a complete hydraulic failure (no brakes,steering, anything)and was parked, anyone know why this happened and how I can fix it? any help is greatly appreciated
  13. HI, First time posting. I just got my first tractor a couple months ago, and i have been tracking this forum and people seem really knowledgable so I thought I would post my issues and or problems! I have had to do some work do her. The fuel tank between the fenders was just rusted beyond belief. So I took it off and it fabed my own tank for now. but would like to put it back original evidently. To my questions. First, I am not sure what model i have. Its a 2400 series B for sure, but I am not sure ifs its 2405 or 2410. I has the international loader and says 240A pay loader. And its gas, so that means it has the 2.6 or 2.9 motor and i don't know how to tell the difference. Secondly, it has the joystick loader and love it. But i have a leak from the joystick. Where can i get seals for this? Can it be split? and along with that it has two blocks on back side. Picture attached( looking at the joystick as if you where standing behind the front wheel looking toward the back). Can these be used for rear hookups? i am just to get some rear hook ups for attachments. Lastly, My pto lever isnt moving to engaged. Now i am not sure if its stuck or i am not doing something right. i have a picture of that as well. and my throttle seems to be not stock. i have seen 574 ( i think my tractor is based off that) and its a rod. I have been look for a whole throttle unit but no luck . thanks for the help guys.
  14. Hi everyone! I need some help. I am unable to check the tire size on my 303 combine (long story) and I'm wondering if anyone knows the standard size of them. I have an early model 303 combine. I'm going down to salvage yard to buy new ones because I just don't like the rice tires I have on mine. Any help is very appreciated! Thanks ~Jon
  15. Most all of us have some IH treasures , Well go ahead and post up a picture or 3 and share em' here with the crew I just got this watch fob in the mail ( ebay find ) cost me 99 cents and $4 shipping LOL decided to spit polish it and let the buffer shine it up , Is it a TD18 or 24 ?? Any info on the dealer "Rish Equip"
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