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Eason

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A fellow called me looking for parts for a TD7E with a 239 german diesel. He needed the upper and lower radiator hose, water pump, fan belt, and a few other parts. I work at a CaseIH tractor dealership and can,t find anything about the construction side.

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German?? Deutz? 

 7E would think either IH or Cummins.  

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Eason, I assume you are looking for some IH part numbers to help this fellow with. A TD7E With the Neuss D239 according to my parts book takes...

Upper radiator hose: 663347C1

Lower radiator hose: 622458C1

Fan belt: 621770C1

Water Pump: Gets a bit confusing. 3132721R1 "Plate, cover", 3218768R91 "Package, water pump body reconditioning" consists of 1 body w/bearing and 1 hub, 3218771R91 "Package, water pump bearing reconditioning" consists of 1 bearing and 1 hub. 

I have the books for that machine if he needs more info or part numbers.

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Eason I have a TD7E also and looked for over a year for the radiator hoses couldn't find them. I think Kobelco owns the IH /Dresser line now, you could check them but their prices are usually high. I use this web site for my TD7E parts just put in the part number and if its in a computer it will show who has it. https://www.machinerytrader.com/parts/parts-for-sale-parts-search-results?page=1&partnumber=3144824r1   I have found a lot of parts this way

If you happen to find some I would like to know. Good luck Glenn

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12 hours ago, pede said:

German?? Deutz? 

 7E would think either IH or Cummins.  

239 is an IH engine built in Neuss Germany hence the german diesel.

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 LiuGong owns them now but you might try Komatsu, they still have rights to some parts. There's a Dressta dealer in Benton Illinois that might be helpful. 

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I think there was another dealer rep that has been helpful sourcing parts here before, maybe dozer parts warehouse or conequip?

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