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Comparing D4D SA to TD9B CA

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3 months 3 weeks ago #252141 by gary in CA
We pulled our bean harvester with a TD9.It was a great little tractor for that.The field with steeper hills we had to put the HD11 on it.The TD9 would spin out going up the hills.
 
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3 months 3 weeks ago #252159 by deereskinner
like those photos, is that a 91 series, flat deck with side shift, 4 banger engine, we had one that was turbocharged, Wasn't it followed by the 92 series, had six cylinder, then the TD9B, six cylinder factory turbocharged engine started in 1964?

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3 months 3 weeks ago #252164 by gary in CA
Deereskinner,I believe it was a 92 series.It had a six cylinder turbocharged engine.

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3 months 3 weeks ago #252172 by Mike Hudson
Have fun! I don’t know anything about these tractors 

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3 months 3 weeks ago #252175 by juiceman
Mr. Hudson: I am still learning about tractors myself, even though I have been exposed to many throughout my life. To be quite honest, I think the first crawler tractor I was near, was the family Allis Chalmers HD-3. I never sat on it, let alone got to get a ride on it! As much as I remembered my brothers always cursing that little guy, I wished we still had it. They were both teenagers at the time and had no understanding of how to maintain it. The unit had very low hours I recall, and was traded off for an IH 544 wheel tractor in 1966-67.
I consider myself selfish to a point; sharing my finds for others to enjoy brings me happiness, and sometimes I might even sell one.
Feel free to ask away and always welcome (everyone) to share life experiences with iron. We like hearing about that first tractor, or the favorite one, the best running and so on! JM
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3 months 3 weeks ago #252181 by Ray54
Replied by Ray54 on topic Comparing D4D SA to TD9B CA
I asked about the term Agricultural Special on Red Power board. So if you want more information on IH TD 9 tractors go to their Consruction and Industrial equipment section and several sale pieces got posted with many spec. The title is Help with terms IH used, started by Ray54.
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3 months 3 weeks ago #252183 by gary in CA
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3 months 3 weeks ago #252186 by Deas Plant.
Hi, Mike Hudson.
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"I don’t know anything about these tractors "
Unquote.

If you EVER run across ANYBODY who says they know all about ANYTHING, it is HIGHLY likely that they have ZERO idea of how much they still have to learn.

One of the beauties of a 4um such as this is that you never know what you might learn. Heck, some people even occasionally post something useful. (Dunno if that's by mistake or not.)

Just my 0.02.

You have a wonderful day. Best wishes. Deas Plant.

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3 months 3 weeks ago #252187 by juiceman
Thanks everyone: I actually joined Red Power IH Club a few months ago, but never participated in their online forum. Lots to learn about my 62 series TD6 as well as the B series 9s; Gonna do my best to stop buying the IH, as everyone knows I have too many toys here already. I really enjoy reading everything Louie F. has to share, he is quite the IH guru.
Just a side note: The first wheel tractor I drove was an IH Cub; we farmed a lot of squash using one of those gutless wonders! JM

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3 months 3 weeks ago #252188 by LimaGrower
That looks like a CBHay standard. I spent the afternoon today on one of my Big Berthas. What type of bean are you threshing? We grow large limas

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