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Re: Saving a TD6?

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Iamarv

11-13-2012 15:27:22
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Go for it. I'm currently working on a TD14A and the project is nearing completion. The previous owner lost interest in the restoration project after spending some serious time and money on the engine, clutches and final drives. Seems as if good injection pumps are getting harder and harder to find. I hope to have mine moving by Christmas 2012. I would haveprefered to have the smaller TD6 but this one at scrap price was a resonable deal.

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hattrick

11-13-2012 17:00:38
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 Re: Saving a TD6? in reply to Iamarv, 11-13-2012 15:27:22  
I think the serial number is a 133xxx which would make it a 1946. I have found the entire MD tractor is expensive to work on. This is why I thought at a minimum I would grab the parts as the injector pump and head are the two big ones. I would have thought that the starter would be the same but it makes sense that the mounting and flywheel would be different. In many ways I hate to scap it but in other ways I don't just want the TD6 just sitting around. I can buy the whole thing for less than $700 or just the parts for a fraction of that as he would still have most of the weight.

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TomA

11-14-2012 11:30:37
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 Re: Saving a TD6? in reply to hattrick, 11-13-2012 17:00:38  
If the tracks are any good I would grab it. What is scarce on those is heads and tracks. Final drive parts should be easy to come by. They were darn good tractors, many of them just plumb wore out.



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