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Clark Tructractor

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Paul Collins

10-09-2008 21:01:40
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I just purchased a "Mini-Dumper" from the scrap yard. I have figured out it is a Clark Tructractor. It has a flat head 4 cylinder and Zenith B-21 carburetor. The engine block has no markings at all. The problem with this restoration is that I know nothing about the engine so I can't buy parts. I have posted photos at http://www.circleoaks.com/mini-dumper.html
I know the "Brain Trust" of Yesterday's Tractor Co. is huge. Does anyone recognize this vehicle?
Thank you for your help.

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Dale B

10-11-2008 08:47:00
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 Re: Clark Tructractor in reply to Paul Collins, 10-09-2008 21:01:40  
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Physical Address 2031 S. Wabash Ave., Chicago, IL 60616 (Map/Directions) Mailing Address 2031 S Wabash Ave, Chicago, IL 60616 Capabilities ENGINE PARTS Brand Names Teledyne Continental


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I just remembered these guys . They handle All the remaining Cont. parts. good luck!!

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Dale B

10-10-2008 21:01:00
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 Re: Clark Tructractor in reply to Paul Collins, 10-09-2008 21:01:40  
Paul, I'm sure its an F124 or F142 Continental. The dist thru the head is a dead give away. See if someone around you has a Gas engined grey Lincoln SA200 welder. They used those engines , but most of them, had Magnetos , and there is a freeze plug in the head where the dist went. You will see the info plate right by the dipstick, but they say "Made for Lincoln by Continental Motors , Muskegon Mi."

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tractormarkb

10-10-2008 07:05:51
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 Re: Clark Tructractor in reply to Paul Collins, 10-09-2008 21:01:40  
Sweet machine. Could it have been used in Mining? Best of luck with it.



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Paul Collins

10-10-2008 17:49:28
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 Re: Clark Tructractor in reply to tractormarkb, 10-10-2008 07:05:51  
Judging by the tires I'm guessing it was used in-doors. Probably in something like a foundry where molding sand needs to be moved around or possibly some place needing coal moved to furnaces. Your guess is as good as mine?

Thanks,
Paul



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cj3b_jeep

10-10-2008 06:17:51
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 Re: Clark Tructractor in reply to Paul Collins, 10-09-2008 21:01:40  
I hope you get her going, that's a sweet little machine. The no oil filter thing is pretty common. I have a '53 jeep and the oil filter really only works at about 10%.



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Paul Collins

10-10-2008 17:46:44
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 Re: Clark Tructractor in reply to cj3b_jeep, 10-10-2008 06:17:51  
I have never heard of a vehicle engine with no oil filter especially work equipment where companies look after their investments. But, live and learn.

Thanks for your input,

Paul



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greygoat

10-10-2008 05:54:50
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 Re: Clark Tructractor in reply to Paul Collins, 10-09-2008 21:01:40  
The engine ID tag shows up in your photo, right
by the dipstick. Try to clean it up, or wire
brush it off.



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Paul Collins

10-10-2008 17:44:09
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 Re: Clark Tructractor in reply to greygoat, 10-10-2008 05:54:50  
I zoomed-in on where the tag was & put the photo on the image site. I also added a photo of the tag next to the seat. I'm not sure why anyone would want to remove it.



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Kansas Cockshutt

10-10-2008 04:48:02
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 Re: Clark Tructractor in reply to Paul Collins, 10-09-2008 21:01:40  
I am pretty sure it is a Continental- but that missing tag on the engine would have been a quick way to figure out size...



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noncompos

10-09-2008 22:21:42
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 Re: Clark Tructractor in reply to Paul Collins, 10-09-2008 21:01:40  
Here's a couple more possibilities:
79 Fel-Pro catalog lists a "C(Clarkat Tructractor)" with a Cont Y4112, and on another line "Clipper, Tructractor Dump Tip 30, 40" with Cont Y112.
Cont'l usage of the time was the "Y4112" was an "automotive" engine, and the "Y112" was the "Industrial" engine, used in Ag and Ind'l uses (but not power units, which were PY112's).
I can't find my notes, but one version has timing gear, other has chain, one revolves CW, one CCW.
John S, are you there???

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noncompos

10-09-2008 21:43:24
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 Re: Clark Tructractor in reply to Paul Collins, 10-09-2008 21:01:40  
Well, with the dist thru the head it's probably a little Continental... parts catalogs (under Clark "tructractor" and Truc Tractor) show the Cont F140, F4121 and F4124, and I don't know how to tell them apart.
Cont'ls are noted for having engine #'s in obscure places; hopefully others can suggest where to look.
Some catalogs, not showing any years, show an unidentified LeRoi, but I think that was around the early 30's. Good luck

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Paul Collins

10-10-2008 17:40:49
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 Re: Clark Tructractor in reply to noncompos, 10-09-2008 21:43:24  
Thanks for the info. I'm trying to absorb as much as I can. I wonder if the "Chilton's" manual still exists ;-}



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