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1947 TD14


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It looks like it has a newer radiator or at least top tank, starting to pressurize the cooling system, paint looks a bit different there that would be late 14A or 141 series circa 53-56 ish

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2 hours ago, bcsmta said:

Vic the exhaust manifold is on the left top side of the calve cover according to sn its a 1947 TD14 

Fair enough!  I was told once that if the exhaust is on the right, it's a -14 & if it's on the left it's a -14A.  Google (and quite a few posts in here, I imagine) says that the -14s were built until 1949.  The radiator cap is the same as the one on my 1953 -14A.

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Vic I had to put a new radiator core in this spring ran a limb thru it backing up had the top and bottom tanks sand blasted my goal is to paint it red next spring. I  made brush shields for the sides wanted to make sure I didn't have any leaks before installing them and also  put a new valve cover gasket in it but is still leaking got to source a used from greater gear in Idaho, someone over tighten  the center stud and sprung the cover.

Fun tractor for on the farm have built one 2 acre pond with it so far slot dozing.

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4 hours ago, bcsmta said:

Vic I had to put a new radiator core in this spring ran a limb thru it backing up had the top and bottom tanks sand blasted my goal is to paint it red next spring. I  made brush shields for the sides wanted to make sure I didn't have any leaks before installing them and also  put a new valve cover gasket in it but is still leaking got to source a used from greater gear in Idaho, someone over tighten  the center stud and sprung the cover.

Fun tractor for on the farm have built one 2 acre pond with it so far slot dozing.

 

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