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HD-5 Crawlers

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Andy Hancock

10-29-1999 21:02:34

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I need exhaust manifolds and a clutch throw-out bearing assembly. Can anyone offer any help? I have two of these crawlers and I'm only starting to recondition them. Is there ready source for parts?

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koeckeritz Exc.

12-05-1999 10:56:58

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 Re: HD-5 Crawlers in reply to Andy Hancock, 10-29-1999 21:02:34  
Made a exaust manifold out of pipe 4' tube and put up pipe in center and mounted tractor muffler on it ... the throw out bearing is rebuildable so unless it is distroyed can be repaired .. around 600 for a new one / MINNPAR in Mpls stocks new parts for clutch .. Check there web site .. the throw out has brass bushing in center to ride on transmission shaft , I turned a new one from brass stock and pressed it in .. Have some other parts if you need anything / Any new holland equip dealer can get parts / from Fiat Allis --or Minnpar .. or try Tractor parts in Fargo ND

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bob enoch

11-19-1999 20:28:19

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 Re: HD-5 Crawlers in reply to Andy Hancock, 10-29-1999 21:02:34  
i just purchased an ac hd 5 crawler loader for parts, has many good ones, email if i can help,thx,bob

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10-31-1999 05:43:01

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 Re: HD-5 Crawlers in reply to Andy Hancock, 10-29-1999 21:02:34  
Andy, I can check with the Detroit Diesel Branch Where I retired from And see if the manifold is still available from Detroit but I doubt it.The part number in the old Allis parts book is;082942, this is the muffler,manifold and exhust pipe in one unit. the throw out bearing can be any one of two, they used rockford and auburn clutches in these tractors, bearing # for the rockford is 073647, for the auburn 042994,these are, again, old AC parts numbers so they may not still be good, you might try getting the numbers off the old bearing ond try A parts or Bearing house. Good Luck. Al

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garrene peaslee

04-11-2000 18:25:28

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 Re: Re: HD-5 Crawlers in reply to Farm-Al, 10-31-1999 05:43:01  
looking for a crawler .we have a 0c3 crawler now need another to work for our business.please replie. thanks garrene

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11-05-1999 21:01:29

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 Re: Re: HD-5 Crawlers in reply to Farm-Al, 10-31-1999 05:43:01  
You might call Cook Equipment in Chilicothe, Missouri. They are an old AC dealer, and still seem to have some stuff around.
They might be able to direct you to a source.

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