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    Default Track plates

    I have been offered a pallet of track plates for scrap price.
    I haven't been able to identify them. Can anybody help?.?
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    If "A" is 5.25", "B" is 3.0" and "C" is 6.75" with 3/4" bolt holes they are for D6/963/955 (8" pitch)
    If the set is complete there will be an odd ball pattern shoe for the alligator master link.
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    Spacing appears to be "A" 5.3
    "B" 2.66
    "C" 7.060

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    is there any numbers stamped on the back

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    No. No markings at all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrew View Post
    Spacing appears to be "A" 5.3
    "B" 2.66
    "C" 7.060
    That doesn't match anything on my "Cat" charts.

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    Thanks for the input fellas.
    There are some Vickers parts laying around. Maybe that is what they are.
    Also some Alsaldo stuff.

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    Default WOTTT Scrapyard???????????

    Hi, Andrew.
    Vickers parts?????????? Ansaldo parts?????????? WOTTT scrapyard have you been ferreting around in. LOL.

    Just my 0.02.
    You have a wonderful day. Best wishes.

    Deas Plant.

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    Yeah . We picked up a Alsaldo ADN 70 yesterday.
    Also about 20 ton of parts.
    There was also a 2 wheel drive White tractor with a 3208 engine. Brought that back for another bloke.
    I will post some photos later.

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    Default Rare Beasts.

    Hi, Andrew.
    Congratulations. Rare beast. If it is an Ansaldo, it would likely be a TCA70. The ADNs were French, built by Acier Du Norde - North Steel. I have heard that there is a running TCA60 or 70 somewhere down in 'Mexico' or maybe even further South in 'Paraguay' and there is/was a TCA70 in a museum over in Western Australia. I think the Alfa Romeo diesels were maybe the best part of them.

    More rare beasts - There is - or at least was - a bloke up near Gin Gin who had some rare beasts in his collection. Last I heard, he had 2 X ADN 130s, an ADN 61 and an ADN 70. There was also an ADN 61 and an ADN 25 that have turned up at Allora in the past.

    Just my 0.02.
    You have a wonderful day. Best wishes.

    Deas Plant.

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