Welcome Randy, I also have a T6 but the narrow row crop version.
The front of the tractor is supported by a heavy leaf spring that crosses over from track frame to track frame under the main frame and hinges in the middle so the tracks will oscillate individually. It is near the rear of the engine and rests on the track frames on a button right behind the front idlers. It is possible the spring is broken, you'll just need to inspect it. You may need to remove the belly pan to see it all.
With the heavy blade and nose guard, it may be normal.
Re: International T-6 in reply to RandyM, 04-07-2013 19:16:02
also the spring dosen"t just sit right on the track frame. there are round wear pads about 3 inches in diameter with a dowle pin that sit under the spring. mine were wore at a real steep angle and had worn through the ends of my leaf spring then it broke off at the edges. then i noted the forward lean of the crawler.
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