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D4 2T7399 SP US7

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2 months 2 weeks ago - 2 months 2 weeks ago #254519 by DLavoie
D4 2T7399 SP US7 was created by DLavoie
  Good morning everyone just bought a D4 2T7399 SP US7Cable blade but not with the overhead frame the one with sheaves and tubesdo you have any information about this arrangement?i need the blade bottom sheave block
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2 months 2 weeks ago #254522 by neil
Replied by neil on topic D4 2T7399 SP US7
Hi DLavoie, post some pictures close-up of the data plate on the cable control unit and the blade which will help identify the make / model of the attachment. We have an extensive library here on the forum for members organized by the make / model. I can see that the winch component is a Hyster but I can't tell what the CCU part is. That data plate in the photo should be able to tell us. Once we have that information, we might be able to track down more information on it, including perhaps a parts catalog with that sheave you're looking for.

Cheers,
Neil

Pittsford, NY
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2 months 1 week ago #254646 by DLavoie
Replied by DLavoie on topic D4 2T7399 SP US7
New pictures are posted 
I’m not sure if it works 
can you see them?

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2 months 1 week ago #254647 by ctsnowfighter
Replied by ctsnowfighter on topic D4 2T7399 SP US7
NO new photos posted
just the first set
cts

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2 months 1 week ago #254653 by Deebo
Replied by Deebo on topic D4 2T7399 SP US7
Nice machine! Looks like a LeTourneau unit. There’re now a few LeTourneau books in the Library. Hopefully it’s there. I’m interested in the short fuel tank. I shall look in the parts catalog to see if that was an option. Looks way shorter than my 2T!
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2 months 1 week ago #254665 by mog5858
Replied by mog5858 on topic D4 2T7399 SP US7
nice looking dozer. I would say who every owned it in the passed was a good welder/ fab guy. as it appears that they made there own "hardnose" and got rid of the over head stuff and made more like a modern 50's caterpillar. very nice way to get some head room as well clean up the looks of her. I am sure you want find any other like it. thanks for sharing
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2 months 1 week ago #254668 by d2gary
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I noticed the short tanks also, looks like a full tank cut in half. I hate the fender tanks but these seem like they would give good access. Fuel capacity should be about the same as a full tank.
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2 months 1 week ago #254669 by josh
Replied by josh on topic D4 2T7399 SP US7
Looking at those components, they may have used parts from a D6 or D7 cable blade for the sheaves and routing, might look around for part numbers on the components and we could figure what it came from, if so the parts may be available.
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2 months 1 week ago #254685 by Ray54
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I don't ever remember seeing the cable run on the left side, always the right. I don't claim to know much about the cable operated blades, so maybe I just did not pay attention to such before.
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2 months 1 week ago #254690 by josh
Replied by josh on topic D4 2T7399 SP US7
You are right about the cable running on the right side, and looking more closely at the parts, they look similar but not quite the same as Cat parts, I don't think I ever saw a wooden pulley block used on a cat before.
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