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Re: D6 9U question

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Brian Bell

02-06-2014 13:11:28

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Its definitely a CCU. I did some Google searches and found a youtube video that shows a #29 CCU and it's almost spot on. I will forward pictures as soon as I get them. The current owner said he never adjusted the tracks because he didn't as he put it "have enough a$$" to move the adjusters.

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Old Magnet

02-06-2014 14:11:25

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 Re: D6 9U question in reply to Brian Bell, 02-06-2014 13:11:28  
That's not a bad looking D6. The CCU is a #25 Cat unit. Based on the spoked front idler I'd say it probably is an early model (dry clutch). Does appear that the tracks are at/near or past adjustment range. Most parts are still available new or used. Tracks are still available either original pitch or later 6.9" pitch conversion.

Don't believe you'd have a problem selling for that price on the west coast as they are a popular model.

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Billy NY

02-06-2014 13:40:14

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 Re: D6 9U question in reply to Brian Bell, 02-06-2014 13:11:28  
Ok, that sounds about right, one of my D7's does not seem to ever have had them let out. Theres some work involved if they are rusty, but it does have the adjuster covers on. That big recoil spring is nothing to mess with, AMOC, ACME, and those who participate here are great places to get help or advice on things like that, just an FYI if you get it.

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