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Crawlers, Dozers, Loaders & Backhoes Discussion Forum

Re: TD9B

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11-27-2012 17:05:59

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Td9B s all ran the ih D282 engine if it is diesel
engine. Those engine almost always have a cracked head or blown head gasket. When you start it watch for white smoke that will clear up as the engine warms up . You may be the lucky one but most folks that buy a 30 + year old dozer are just throwing money out the window. The only other common failure was the reverser did not last to good . they also tend to have a little more engine than the finals stand if you really load it. Don't let me keep you from it but they are better dozers out there unless it is very (like scrap) cheap.

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11-28-2012 05:14:25

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 Re: TD9B in reply to jm., 11-27-2012 17:05:59  
I like my TD6, it has a 282. Make sure that both steering clutches release when you drive it. They should both pull with about the same resistance on the levers. Then find a big rock or tree and push and make sure both track spring and the clutches donít slip. Then of course check the undercarriage. Lots of specs on that machine on crawler heaven. Also look at the king of obsoletes website. He has lots of TD9ís and tips on things to look for on them. And yes they do crack heads if they are shut down without being cooled off and idled down after working hard.

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