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TracTracTor Lubricator

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My buddy gave me this roller grease pump today, he got it from his father in law, who used to have a TD9. When we were looking at it we noticed some red paint under all the grease, after a few minutes of cleaning we found these decals underneath. This thing has been sitting outside in the bushes for probably 30 years. Now since it has TracTracTor on it I know it is an early one, but the one pictured in the manual for my TD14 from 1941 is slightly different. Would this one be for the earlier T20, TD35 TD40 series of machines?

Thanks

Stefan

 

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looks just like the one I've got but mine is so rusty that no decal survived and has been relocated to the obscure shed minus the button head applicator which is on a modernish grease gun full of corn head grease russ

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Ours issued in 1952 doesn't have the knob on the handle.  I don't think there are any badges left though I vaguely remember it had something like TracTractor on it.

It is still in use for oil for rollers on the FA 10

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