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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
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
OK its been a really long time since I worked on on this new so dont laugh. Im helping a friend get a 706D running. The starter appeared to be dead but when I jump to the starter side of the solenoid the starter spins but does not energize the solenoid which is the type that also pushes the starter gear into the ring gear. Now, if memory serves I should be able to short to the solenoid contact and get it to engage, right? It doesnt. So, does this mean that the solenoid is dead? The entire starter assembly looks pretty new so Im a bit surprised at that but it has been sitting