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restored D9 and diesel 40

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8 years 8 months ago #85130 by catsteve

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8 years 8 months ago #85133 by d9gdon
Replied by d9gdon on topic D9
It is a nice tractor and I'd like to have it but it's a little far from me and I don't think my wife would green light it.

I did get a tickle out of this though:

"THE TRACK CLEATS HAVE 1 1/4" WEAR SURFACE
LEFT WHICH IS GREAT FOR PAVEMENT WORK."

There's a little salesmanship in all of us. I know I like to knock down the high spots in my paving with a D9 anyway...:peep:

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8 years 8 months ago #85140 by old-iron-habit
Replied by old-iron-habit on topic Curious?
Please educate me. In the Diesel 40 pictures there is one picture with both the pony crank and a crank stuck in the main engine. What is the main engine crank for?

1937 Cat #11 tandem auto patrol,diesel, w/plow and wing, 6K506SP, 1937 RD 4 Ag Crawler RD5356, 1939 Cat 22 2F5429, 1952 Model 212 Grader 9T03427, 1953 2U D8 Dozer 2U20751, 1961 922A Rubber Tired Loader, 59A812, LeTouneau LS Cable Scraper, Cat/Lincoln 600 AMP Dual Welder, DW-21 Cat Scraper, DW-10 dump wagon/water wagon

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8 years 8 months ago #85149 by Dozerman51
The crank is used to roll over the diesel engine when adjusting the valves.

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