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D4 workshop manual 6U/7U

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10 years 5 months ago #94082 by brimac
Cat D4 6U/7U workshop manual wanted - serial no. 29A . Thanks , Brimac. Australia

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10 years 5 months ago #94083 by edb
Replied by edb on topic 29A Equvalent Serial Number
Hi brimac,
welcome to the BB.
Where are you located here downunder.
If you give me your 29A S/No I can convert it to the relevant 6U S/No so you can get the correct Parts Book and Service Manual which is the same for both the 6U and 7U.
29A is the Caterpillar of Australia S/No for these U machines as the undercarrige and attachments were built here in OZ and, so had enough local content to be classed as built in OZ.

Keep an eye on EBay both here and the States for Manuals.
Cheers,
Eddie B.

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10 years 5 months ago #94084 by brimac
Replied by brimac on topic D4 6U/7U workshop manual
Hi Eddie
I,m up here in Nth.Qld at Abergowrie in the Ingham area (north of Townsville) have a farm here that am trying
to clear a bit more. The old D4 has done a mighty job but needs some work.I would like to get a D6C when I can find a good one though.
The serial no. is 29A 116
hope this helps and thanks mate for help and advice.
Brian

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10 years 5 months ago #94140 by edb
Replied by edb on topic 29A Comparative Serial Number
Hi brimac,
comparative (equivalent) S/No for 29A 0116 (last one on the list) is 6U 12466.
Hope this helps.
Cheers,
Eddie B.

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10 years 5 months ago #94143 by Lance Jones
Replied by Lance Jones on topic Welcome to Catland
Good to see another Banana bender on the BB . Don't be frightened to ask anything about your D4 on here , there are some terrific Fellows who Help including Our own EDB. Under carriage Bits are fairly common in Your area as many Cane harvesters Used D4 Componentry. Most Parts for Those machines can Be Found Both New and Second-hand .A D6C P/S would a Good unit for Clearing in Your Country . Good luck with your Project LJ

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10 years 5 months ago #94233 by brimac
Replied by brimac on topic D4 6U/7U workshop manual
Hi Lance / Eddie
thanks Lance for info will check around , yes did,nt realiase we had a few ACMOC guys around in Aus. thats great.

thanks Eddie for your help also , still checking on manual.Managed to get the old girl working yesterday, I washed out the
clutch housing and degreased (lot of muck and grease)adjusted clutch push fingers assem. and she worked ! pushed up some stacks
and adjusted again - all good.

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10 years 5 months ago #94292 by ianoz
Replied by ianoz on topic D4 workshop manual 6U/7U
Hi Mate , We have just Bought a D4-29A -104 , Great little tractor .

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10 years 5 months ago #94297 by edb
Replied by edb on topic Equivalent Serial Number
Hi Ian,
your 29A 104 is the same as above,= 6U12466.

In fact all 29A's from 29A49 to 29A116 are equivalent to 6U12466.
What this means is that machines 29A49 to 29A116 have the same components as a machine with serial number 6U 12466, so this is the 6U serial number you use to order the correct parts for your 29A machine.
Cheers,
Eddie B.

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10 years 5 months ago #94324 by ianoz
Replied by ianoz on topic D4 workshop manual 6U/7U
Eddie , A question .You say from D4-29A-49 to 116 ,Were 01 to 48 slightly different tractors ,or did 29A series start at number 49 ?

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10 years 5 months ago #94371 by edb
Replied by edb on topic Serial Numbers
Hi Ian,
yes the tractors from 29A1 thru 29A48 are still 6U's but they range from 6U12290 to 6U12465 with sometimes only 1 or 2 serial numbers difference. They would mirror the normal upgrades that Cat put into machines, hence the strict requirement for supplying your Serial Number when ordering parts to ensure you get the correct replacement parts for your particular machine.
My records are poor old early process photocopies and do not scan well enough to put up here--I have tried before.
Cheers,
Eddie B.

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