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Crawlers, Dozers, Loaders & Backhoes Discussion Forum

International T4 Crawler

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Joe Giordano

12-02-2003 05:38:43

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Anyone out there know how many T4 crawlers were built, I have had a lot of crawlers in my time and have never had one of these and just acquired one recently. How many are are still around? Its in nice condition but needs tracks.

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12-02-2003 20:21:46

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 Re: International T4 Crawler in reply to Joe Giordano , 12-02-2003 05:38:43  
nobody knows for sure, numbers ran with t5s and td5s, records are supposed to locked up in a museunm in canada. I started the registry for them afew years back, and turned it over to shawn early this spring. i havent heard much from shawn lately and his t5 web page ain't working anymore. i can send you last years newsletter if you wish.

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Shawn Bierworth

12-04-2003 03:51:32

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 Re: Re: International T4 Crawler in reply to t4mike, 12-02-2003 20:21:46  

Hey Mike,,, still here. I am going to send out the registry probally by the end of December.I have been working with James Mays supplying information on these little Hamilton crawlers for a feature article in this months Belt-Pully magazine.The article will cover the T4,T5,TD5 agriculture versions. My server has pulled the plug on all personal home pages and I have yet found the time to get it back up and running on a different server. (I guess too much space was being used). Been very busy,, bought a 1953 R-152 to haul my crawler around. Restoring it now as we speak.

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01-11-2005 12:02:17

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 Re: Re: Re: International T4 Crawler in reply to Shawn Bierworth, 12-04-2003 03:51:32  
Hi Shawn and all,
I ran across this board and your postings while searching for parts for my International crawler T-4. I'm looking for steering clutch parts.
I got my T-4 in 1977 when it was included in the purchase of a vineyard I bought on Howell Mountain above the Napa Valley, California. I don't know much about this little crawler. It was made in Canada in the early 60's, it is gasoline powered, has a high speed PTO with small splines on the shaft, and it has a three point hitch. We only run it about 100 hours a year. It is used in the field pulling a disc in the spring and hauling trailers and gondolas during harvest in the fall. It is really a sweet little tractor and I hope I can find a source for parts to keep it going.

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