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Cat 922 information

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17 years 2 weeks ago #3130 by D2VERMONT
About a month ago my td6 international track loader died of terminal steering clutch wear and I am looking to replace it. I want a a fairly small 4wd loader and of course I want a cat. I just found a local 1962 922A with a Detroit 453. Dose any one know how much one of these weighs and what the lift capacity is? I just need something to move logs and lumber around the mill yard and of course I absolutely have to have something to move my D2 parts machines around:D .

So if there is any one with experience with these loaders, any information I can get would be very much appreciated.

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17 years 1 week ago #3146 by King of Obsolete
i have the 922b model and it has a cat motro and weighs about 19 000 lbs. they are a tough loader and will lift lots. the rear wheel steering takes a while to get used to.

thansk

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17 years 1 week ago #3184 by D2VERMONT
Replied by D2VERMONT on topic Cat 922 information
hay thanks for the input. I just went and looked at the machine today and got to push some snow with it. They had saved some just for me. The guy that showed it to me had been up for 40hr strait plowing snow. I guess north of us they got even more snow than we did. Twenty inches is enough for me.:)

I ended up deciding to by the machine. I was hoping to get him down on the price but he said that I was up against an exporter that was going to send it to South America.:rolleyes:

P.S. Ill put up some more D2 overhaul pictures soon.

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17 years 1 week ago #3189 by SJ
Replied by SJ on topic 922
You,d wonder why they,d put a screaming Jimmy in it rather than keeping the Cat engine.

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17 years 1 week ago #3232 by Toolbox
Replied by Toolbox on topic Cat 922 information
Am I thinking of something else or didn't some of those 922's have gas burners in them. I would want to repower with a diesel and Detroit's were cheap.

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17 years 1 week ago #3234 by SJ
Replied by SJ on topic 922
Yes a few of the 922s did come with a gas engine as a couple came into the dealer while I was working there. If I recall correctly they had the 226 CI Continental Ind. engine in them.That in it,s day was a very popular industrial engine & was even used in the old Kaiser & Frazer cars made years ago.Massey Harris tractors & also the A Cletrac used the 226 Cont.

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17 years 1 week ago #3235 by §wishy
Replied by §wishy on topic Cat 922 information
I'd B a guessing th@ repowering witha 4-53 screemer would give a faster speed in everything it duz
me thinks the 53 series revs out to about 2800 rpm
n C@ dunno but could only B 1800 rpm
But EyeDoStand2BCorrected
with the screemer music to u're ears all U need is a good set of earmuffz
LOL
cya
§wishy
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:rolleyes: - : ButEyeDoSt&2BCorrected : - :p
Ifn U Get my Drift
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17 years 1 week ago #3274 by Nico Ensink
Replied by Nico Ensink on topic 922A info
Hi,
the 922A 59A series were powered by a 4"x 5" D320 turbochatrged engine rated at 80 fhp or 105 max hp.
Max governed speed is 2535 RPM.
Grom what i have the liftin capacity is about 12000 lbd over the 1st ft of the ground going down to 7000 lbs at full lift.
weight is approx 15970 lbs according my 1960 brochure.
I own a 1962 one serial 59a1987 and like the sound of the original engine better than any other.
If you need more info, please let me know.
Nico
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17 years 1 week ago #3275 by SJ
Replied by SJ on topic 922
We had a 922 with the diesel engine come in the shop one time & someone had the oil pump dropped on it & didn,t get the balancers back in time & boy what a mess it made of the bushings & the balancer shafts in it. It,s been so long ago but I think I was able to save the block for the customer if I remember right but boy it sure was pounded in there but can,t remember just what all I had to replace in it.

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