Re: Crawler Model M series, 32-42, w/6' dozer blade in reply to dbernie, 12-05-2011 17:47:58
I forgot to mention everything is heavy I mean really heavy. Last fall when I finally bolted that motor in I was one happy camper. If you have any questions please contact me. Also Norm who has the A C parts was a great help.
Re: Crawler Model M series, 32-42, w/6' dozer blade in reply to J Boshears, 12-05-2011 17:47:58
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You are buying a lot of work. To get that machine back into running condition will cost you a min. of $2k. It might weigh 7000 lbs, so my offer would be scrap price. Here in Pa #1 unprepared is at $11.50/100 lbs.
Remember if the block is junk, you will have a hard time getting one. I believe it is a U gasoline engine.. It will also cost a couple of hundred to egt it hauled. I do also like them too.
Re: Crawler Model M series, 32-42, w/6' dozer blade in reply to dej(Jed), 12-07-2011 07:11:26
I'm almost finished with my M-crawler. If their are no cracks in the head or none repairable ones in the block and the undercarriage has some life in it and the price is cheap enough buy it. rings are available along gaskets. I was surprised when I took my motor apart the shim packs where full and the bearings passed specs it is a very low RPM engine. Their not that hard to work on I had some great help on this discussion board.
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