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  1. So I picked up an old 1958? TD14 from an old farmer who passed away. my Father in law and I fired it right up on gas no problem, walked it on the trailer in gas mode, no smoke or blow by that i can tell. When i tried to fire it on diesel, it just died. I replaced filters, bled everything and no fuel out of pump. pulled the plunger out of the pump housing cleaned and put back in now getting fuel to the injectors. To this point almost everything I have looked at has been pretty sludged and gummed up. So now I have a few questions before I head into the unknown...... 1. does anyone know what pressure i should be getting at the injectors? just looking at the squirt when i loosen the bleed bolt it seems a bit weak, lots of volume coming out, but hard to tell really until i put a pressure test on things. 2. I saw on another thread some home made injector pullers. As this dozer is currently sitting on my new property that we plan on moving to (5 hours away) does anyone have a part number so I can order one or accurate measurements for me to make the tool here in my shop before i drive 5 hours to go pull the injectors? 3. I have my ultrasonic cleaner in my shop trailer at the property so I planned to pull the injectors and clean them on site and throw them back in. I am assuming clean and polish is fairly straight forward? Also hoping they should at that point work? Is there any parts or bits i should take with me? 4. when doing the injectors (I have never pulled any...ever) do I need to ream the seats or get copper washers or anything like that? do i put never seize in the hole when i put them back in? As mentioned I live 5 hours away from my new property, the property is another 2 hours from a major town and I foolishly left the manuals I bought in my shop trailer out there. Any help and preparations the group can suggest would be greatly appreciated! Last question. Does anyone know what size rad cap I need. It was missing and I forgot to get a measurement.
  2. Hi i was wonding if anyone may have a idea why a 1944 TD-9 would start on gas cold, but after running it for a while and turning it off why it would not start again being warm. Have tried rebuilding the magneto and tried a different one but still to luck
  3. I'm needing an injector for my old 46 TD9 WD9, UD9 will work. my No.3 cyl was frozen and looked like it had been that way for some time. If you know anyone that might have some parts yank on the ol' email chain and point me in that direction, Please. Thanks Fat Dan
  4. Looking for some help in identifying this machine. I've been told it is a 1950's TD9 yet it is on wheels. I was told that a limited number were made. I've searched all over and I am unable to find any information on this machine. Any help would be appreciated.
  5. Hey guys I'm new to the page, thanks in advance for any help. So recently my dad picked up a WD 9 and a TD 9 originally he thought he could get the TD 9 going without swapping but that was an epic fail the head is cracked leaking anti freeze into the oil quite a mess so we're on to plan b. We've never worked on one of these before we've been given so pointers on what all needs to be switched over but any input is appreciated. Dad is in the process of trying to remove the crank shaft and crank shaft pulley but this is giving us a run..... Can anyone help us out any pointers or walk me through how to get this apart? The nut is off heat and an impact but the rest is at a standstill.
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