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Oliver, Cletrac, Co-op & Cockshutt Tractors Discussion Forum
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Re: Cletrac E-62

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J. Schwiebert

12-02-2012 17:40:42
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E is the model of the crawler. 62 is the width of the tracks center to center. The model was made in several different widths some wider than yours. Is yours what is known as a "streamlined" model or is it older than that? World War 2 ended production of the model because the factory + Hercules was ramping up for war production. Depending on the age of yours there will be 2 places to look for the serial number. Post that and we can tell you more. The Rare model E is the ED-2 which means it is powered witha Buda diesel instead of a Hercules such as found in the Ed models. More questions?

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John in palmyra

12-02-2012 17:58:12
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 Re: Cletrac E-62 in reply to J. Schwiebert, 12-02-2012 17:40:42  
Thanks alot for that info. I have asked many people what the 62 ment and you"re the first that knew. I checked the Serial number and found out that it is a 1937 model. I bought it at an auction where the owner had died. It is estimated that it has been sitting for 20 to 30 years. The motor is free although I haven"t tried to fire it yet. I was going to change the oil and put some atf in the cylinders first. It has the Hercules motor in it. The tracks are froze up and won"t turn so I have my work cut out for me. Once again thanks for the info.

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RussUPpswrd

12-03-2012 15:20:50
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 Re: Cletrac E-62 in reply to John in palmyra, 12-02-2012 17:58:12  
Spray cylinders with PB Blaster and add a tablespoon of Marvel Mystery oil in each cylinder. Don't add anti-freeze to any of the cylinders. Secure the crawler to a large tree
with a strong chain or cable. Jack up one side of the crawler tracks. Make sure the xmsn is in neutral. Bring in a very large tractor, crawler or huge bucket loader. Fasten the E-62 via an opened cleat to your monster puller. Drench the track pins with PB Blaster or WD-40 or other spray lube type. If your monster puller can grip black top or concrete surface even better.
If the track starts rotating celebrate with cold beers. Not many have loosened 30 years of rust.

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