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D2 drawbar part made

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10 years 10 months ago #88271 by STEPHEN
Years ago I wrapped a chain around my drawbar to pull something, the chain slipped and ripped off part of the wear plate that fits between the bar and quadrant. I finally made a new one for my machine, and a few more for you guys. I have seen a lot of D2's with the plate missing, or worn very thin. I looked in my parts book but couldn't see a drawing of it, there is a arrow to the area with the name "shoe" 8B8728
$15.00 + postage. ---PLEASE SEND EMAIL, AS THE PM BOX STORAGE IS VERY SMALL, THANKS----
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10 years 10 months ago #88273 by bcwayne
Replied by bcwayne on topic D2 drawbar part made
They look great... I'll take four. PM sent

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10 years 10 months ago #88275 by STEPHEN
Replied by STEPHEN on topic D2 drawbar part made

They look great... I'll take four. PM sent

Thanks BC, I sent you an e-mail

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10 years 10 months ago #88283 by Paso Bob
Replied by Paso Bob on topic D2 drawbar part made
Good looking work. It will be fun to get the drawbar off to install them after 70 years of the bolts being rusted in place. It will take a lot of heat and a long cheater on the 3/4 drive set!

D-4 7U-43159 with 4S dozer and Cat 40 scraper, D-7 3T-1179 with Cat 7S hydraulic dozer, D-7 17A 13,944, D-8 14A-1160 with Cat 8S cable dozer, Cat 12-99E-4433 Grader. All runners and users.

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10 years 10 months ago #88287 by rotorbob
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Sent u a email about the parts, thanks Bob

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10 years 9 months ago #88317 by STEPHEN
Replied by STEPHEN on topic D2 drawbar part made
Wayne, Neil, & Bob, I sent the parts. Please post a few pics of your installation. Thanks, Stephen

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10 years 9 months ago #88321 by neil
Replied by neil on topic D2 drawbar part made
Excellent thanks Stephen. So long as the pic doesn't show the sorry state of the rest of the tractor, happy to post pics ; )
Pulled apart the fuel transfer pump tonight and cleaned all the gunk out of it, shinied it up on the wire wheel, and put it back together. The boss in the kitchen says I can work on it on Sunday so I'll be pulling the clutch and pinion
Cheers,
Neil

Cheers,
Neil

Pittsford, NY

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10 years 9 months ago #88428 by STEPHEN
Replied by STEPHEN on topic D2 drawbar part made
Joe and Gary, I mailed the parts this morning, thank-you

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10 years 9 months ago #88430 by 4D2Ken
Replied by 4D2Ken on topic D2 drawbar part made
Pardon my ignorance, but I've never seen one of those before. All I've ever seen is a pin that holds the drawbar to one side or the other and I've let the drawbar float between the pin and right/left end of the drawbar. This makes turning while pulling a load easier, or so I'm told. This looks like it holds the drawbar more or less solid. How does it get adjusted?

Whoops, nevermind, I see now it's a wear plate that slides and is not pinned into place. Sorry 'bout that!

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10 years 9 months ago #88431 by STEPHEN
Replied by STEPHEN on topic D2 drawbar part made

Pardon my ignorance, but I've never seen one of those before. All I've ever seen is a pin that holds the drawbar to one side or the other and I've let the drawbar float between the pin and right/left end of the drawbar. This makes turning while pulling a load easier, or so I'm told. This looks like it holds the drawbar more or less solid. How does it get adjusted?

Whoops, nevermind, I see now it's a wear plate that slides and is not pinned into place. Sorry 'bout that!


Yes, to keep your drawbar and support from getting worn out.

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