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Glennhome

05-27-2008 17:49:52




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reciently purchaced a track-o-loader 1"st tractor for me. I"m asuming its around a 1955 to 1965 machine. It"s got a 4 cyl. contintal engine with a waco ing. system. I was hoping someone could give me tne point setting I have no manual.The # on the distributer is XH 2114 ser. #2-086585. The tractor is running now but a little rough we set them at .018 can someone tell me if this is correct? I have another question when I roll the bucket down,about 30 degrees past level the engine stalls and won"t start untill the bucket is back to level or close to level. The main boom goes up and down without any problems. The bucket rolls up without any problems. Do I have a hydrolic problem? or is there a bucket leveling switch that might be backwards or bad any input would be helpful. thanks Glenn

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Glennhome

05-29-2008 18:38:34




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 Re: TL-12 in reply to Deranged, 05-27-2008 17:49:52  

Glennhome said: (quoted from post at 01:49:52 05/28/08) reciently purchaced a track-o-loader 1"st tractor for me. I"m asuming its around a 1955 to 1965 machine. It"s got a 4 cyl. contintal engine with a waco ing. system. I was hoping someone could give me tne point setting I have no manual.The # on the distributer is XH 2114 ser. #2-086585. The tractor is running now but a little rough we set them at .018 can someone tell me if this is correct? I have another question when I roll the bucket down,about 30 degrees past level the engine stalls and won"t start untill the bucket is back to level or close to level. The main boom goes up and down without any problems. The bucket rolls up without any problems. Do I have a hydrolic problem? or is there a bucket leveling switch that might be backwards or bad any input would be helpful. thanks Glenn
well long day got the hydrolic filled 3 gallons !!!! + a gallon in the trans is there a plug to pull on the side so you dont over fill it like a rear end or standard trans? but the real problem was the wire for the kill switch was chafing on the arm only when you guessed it i rolled the bucket down..... .. set the points but its still runnin a little too rough to bring home so i pulled the carb to give to the carb guy ( my fatherinlaw ) so the price is rite. anyway i did find those photo's thanks what years are yours? and im probably wrong about the engine the guy i bought it from realy doesnt know much about the machine either wich side is the carb and manafolds on? mine is on the right if your in the seat. can you see a distinct difference between the two of your engines? the tag is missing off the machine i did find that location but no tag i will find that number on the engine thanks a lot guys

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NE IA

05-28-2008 20:26:00




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 Re: TL-12 in reply to Glennhome, 05-27-2008 17:49:52  
I'm not certian of what you have, but I have 2 Tractomotive's and one has a WD motor, and the other has a WD45 motor. The ones I have are backward looking loaders. If you search this site you can find pictures, if not let out a yell and we can help you. Sorry I'm a little short of time tonight.



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Glennhome

05-28-2008 18:13:12




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 Re: TL-12 in reply to ClayinMI, 05-27-2008 17:49:52  

htg said: (quoted from post at 15:10:30 05/28/08) put some more hydralic oil in the resivoir!!!!! !!
hey thanks i'll be tinkering with the machine tomarow and that was one of the things on the to dooooos. i hope it works.i found the the piont setting after a couple of calls so im good there. anyone know how to tell what year it might be or where the ser # might be? is there anyone out there that has one of these.

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David(MN)

05-29-2008 08:16:17




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 Re: TL-12 in reply to Glennhome, 05-28-2008 18:13:12  
Serial # for loader is on a plate beside the seat on the left side, there was a change from #2003 and up. Number for motor is on the right side of bell housing on a plate. Mine has a 262 engine. Believe 2000 numbers are early 60,s not sure.



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htg

05-28-2008 07:10:30




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 Re: TL-12 in reply to Glennhome, 05-27-2008 17:49:52  
put some more hydralic oil in the resivoir!!!!! !!



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