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Size of nut that secures pulley to crankshaft 1948 TD6

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04-01-2012 08:39:00

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Does anyone know the size of the nut that secures the fan drive pulley to the crankshaft on a 1948 TD 6? A punch and chisel will work but would rather have a socket. Have a 3/4 inch drive set and imagine the socket would be a deep socket.
I want to install a larger front mounted hydraulic pump on the machine. Need to remove the pulley to make modifications to install the drive for the different pump. Machine is 100 miles away from where I live. Would like to take proper tools when I travel to work on the machine.

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04-03-2012 01:42:32

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 Re: Size of nut that secures pulley to crankshaft 1948 TD6 in reply to ejensen, 04-01-2012 08:39:00  
No good me saying measure it with it been so far away,go over to Red Power the IH site, they will know.

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04-03-2012 07:34:50

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 Re: Size of nut that secures pulley to crankshaft 1948 TD6 in reply to AJ., 04-03-2012 01:42:32  

Yes, Red Power is a good source of information and I posted a message several days ago on the forum there asking if anyone knew the size of the nut. I live in the State of Washington.County Line Equipment near Tacoma, has a TD 6 engine. I'll drive there and measure the crank nut on their engine. The other thing is that I've thought about measuring the nut several times during the last 40 years. Last time I took it off , probably 40 years ago, with a punch and cold chisel. Other thing is that I have a spare engine for the TD 6 sitting on my shop floor. It would have been very easy to measure it when I was there the last time.

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