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Crawlers, Dozers, Loaders & Backhoes Discussion Forum

Re: oc 46 3g

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J. Schwiebert

02-12-2014 18:16:51

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Like DGH said there were 2 different steering systems. There is also the OC 46 series A built in the old crawler plant in Cleveland Ohio and the series B OC-46 models built in Charles City Iowa same town as the wheel tractors were built. A serial number is almost necessary when you ask questions. J.

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02-13-2014 11:36:34

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 Re: oc 46 3g in reply to J. Schwiebert, 02-12-2014 18:16:51  
serial # 4wr-066-st. looks to be in fair condition. just sat for a long time. I am worried about the clutches being frozen up like what happens with the ih dozers. do the oc crawlers clutches freeze up. unable to do anything with this machine until its home. there rules not mine.

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02-13-2014 14:27:51

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 Re: oc 46 3g in reply to blrott, 02-13-2014 11:36:34  
That machine is a 1959, a relatively early machine. The ST means it has the spot turn system which is the clutch and brake system. All of that runs in oil. The biggest issue is the condition of the engine.

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02-13-2014 15:06:07

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 Re: oc 46 3g in reply to DGH, 02-13-2014 14:27:51  
good eye did not catch that and yes the engine would be a major concern

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02-13-2014 12:51:23

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 Re: oc 46 3g in reply to blrott, 02-13-2014 11:36:34  
i think i would be more worried about the clutch being frozen to the flywheel not so much the steering clutches as mentioned there are two different types spot turn and the 1 i would think more common is basically just brakes you pull back on to turn unless they were locked in place i dont think they would be froze but hard to tell

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