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Caterpillar 9B2588 Hand Crank

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1 month 5 days ago #231378 by joman
Can anyone tell me the applicability (tractors/engines) for Caterpillar 9B2588 Hand Crank?

Thanks,
Joman

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1 month 5 days ago #231382 by greengiant
My local cat dealer says that number is "off the system."
I'm looking for a crank for my 1939 Twenty Eight, which is also off the dealer's system.
I haven't done any further searching yet, hoping mine will "turn up when I least expect it."

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1 month 4 days ago #231396 by trainzkid88
so you have one lying around and want to know what it fits?

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1 month 4 days ago #231408 by neil
Replied by neil on topic Caterpillar 9B2588 Hand Crank
Hi Joman, you can browse the parts catalogs in the Tech Library to see what has them. Since it's a hand crank, I'd say the most likely candidates are gas-powered engines/machines, so the older gas Cats like Twenty and such, and pony-start machines that had the removable crank handle, like the D8-2U for example

Cheers,
Neil

Pittsford, NY

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1 month 4 days ago #231411 by josh
Replied by josh on topic Caterpillar 9B2588 Hand Crank
9B2588, or 4H4359, is a starting engine crank, the more common uses are the 14A, 15A, D13,000 and a bunch of other engines of the era used that starting engine crank.

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