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Crawlers, Dozers, Loaders & Backhoes Discussion Forum

TD14

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Mike Farmer

07-09-2012 02:02:34
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Hi. We have just purchased an International TD14A.
What is the difference between a TD14 and the TD14A. No-one this side of the pond seems to know although I'm sure now someone over here will up and tell me.
Thanks Mike




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gemdozer

07-15-2012 12:45:05
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 Re: TD14 in reply to Mike Farmer, 07-09-2012 02:02:34  
The TD14 carburator should be# 53458 and the magneto a H4 # 49094



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jm.

07-10-2012 19:58:24
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 Re: TD14 in reply to Mike Farmer, 07-09-2012 02:02:34  
GEMDOZER Has your information and I think somewhere there at the a they added another radiator tank at the rear of the hood to prevent the heads from cracking when you worked them on a slope. Benn an inernational man all my life but those were not one of the better ih dozers.



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gemdozer

07-11-2012 02:39:50
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 Re: TD14 in reply to jm., 07-10-2012 19:58:24  
I never work with these 14 INTERNATIONAL but I dismantled some td14a,td14-141,td14-142 for parts



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Brian Allen

07-09-2012 16:15:46
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 Re: TD14 in reply to Mike Farmer, 07-09-2012 02:02:34  
Mike
Hector Gemme would probably know the answer to your question.

Cheers

Brian



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Dick2

07-09-2012 05:37:05
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 Re: TD14 in reply to Mike Farmer, 07-09-2012 02:02:34  
Uncle had a 14A, but I don't know the differences. It was a good tractor for him in the sticky gumbo soil.



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gemdozer

07-09-2012 03:58:11
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 Re: TD14 in reply to Mike Farmer, 07-09-2012 02:02:34  
The 14a have a boster hydrolic for stering cluch and could have different brake and bevel gear



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M Diesel

07-11-2012 10:51:42
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 Re: TD14 in reply to gemdozer, 07-09-2012 03:58:11  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to see

Pretty sure the hyd booster didn't come along until a later model. 142 I think.

Major items for the 14A:

Power boosted from 68.5 to 76.

Improved injector pump.

Double fuel filter.

Cross flow head.

Pressurized radiator.

Improved water circulation.

Steering clutch booster springs.

Stronger transmission gears with better tooth ratios.

Shifter lock operated by main clutch handle.

Bonded main clutch material.

Crown shaved ring and pinion for strength.

Center strut track kinks.

There are a bunch of small differences like the seat material etc.

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mike farmer

07-15-2012 03:38:07
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 Re: TD14 in reply to M Diesel, 07-11-2012 10:51:42  
Thanks very much for that. and to everyone else who's taken the time to reply. Now we are beginning to get siomwhere with it. Found a NOS carburettor (if we need it) and the Mag is now away to be refurbished. Again thanks. Mike



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