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D series sprockets

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wilson

02-08-2007 17:18:41




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Thought I was looking for C type 31 tooth sprockets. After checking out tractors I found the early D series has an axel found apparently only on the D and DC in 39 40 possibly 41 which have the C type rear end ( backward acting clutch and on right. The axel has flange (non remobavle) on the outside for 6 hole wheels, and takes a splined sprocket. Most any D series sprocket will fit this axel. As per the great montana case greu Mr Railsback. !!!!! The information I recieved in an earlier post is accurate in that one can determine the number of sprocket teeth by checking through the FILL plug on the right rear of tractor. Once you feel a 38 tooth and a 31 tooth or possibly a 25 tooth its easy to determine which is which. I would like to buy or trade for a C4685A (31 tooth ) or a 5291A ( 25 tooth) If any body wants to let go of a set???

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J Heitkemper

02-11-2007 20:17:07




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 Re: D series sprockets in reply to wilson, 02-08-2007 17:18:41  
If No one else reponds to your request ,We have a War -time DC ,that could fit the bill for parts . The stamped -out flat steel clutch lever,is on the left , like the molded levers are, , It has a fat rolled Steel steering wheel .Dad always said it was 1944 , I will check the tag if you need me to ,, GOOD Luck ,Jim



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wilson

02-12-2007 17:18:46




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 Re: D series sprockets in reply to J Heitkemper , 02-11-2007 20:17:07  
depending on where you are I might be interested in a few of the parts possibly the steering wheel and the clutch lever however as it is a dc most likely it has 38 tooth sprockets also, Let me know Bill



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J Heitkemper

02-16-2007 15:06:14




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 Re: D series sprockets in reply to wilson, 02-12-2007 17:18:46  
Hi Wilson ,,, Went back to check the DC today ,,Doubtful now if it has what you need in gear sprockets ,, I have asked DC Tom to look for a build card ,This tractor #49000141,puts it at early 1945 , according to my book 2300 DC's were built that year ,, The tractor has 10 x38 wheels ,they always seemed smaLL TO ME, The rearend has cultivator mechanical lift , ALL is There and in working order as far as tranny is concerned ,, Took pix of steering Wheel and clutch lever ,,Seems to me WW2 put a squeeze on a lot of parts ,, Stay in touch ,, Jim

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Jheitkemper

02-12-2007 21:05:04




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 Re: D series sprockets in reply to wilson, 02-12-2007 17:18:46  
Southern Indiana ,, The tractor has either 36 or 34 wheels on the back ,,It was built that way ,,Perhaps DC Tom could look up the #



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wilson

02-13-2007 08:26:17




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 Re: D series sprockets in reply to Jheitkemper, 02-12-2007 21:05:04  
I am from southern ind west side near linton and get back there from time to time, would be interested in the mentioned parts Could you possibly send some pictures of the steering wheel and clutch??



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J heitkemper

02-13-2007 11:31:57




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 Re: D series sprockets in reply to wilson, 02-13-2007 08:26:17  
Sure ,, Just bear with me ,while I get My Techy group together ,, Might be over this weekend ,,this tractor is on the back end of the place ,and has not had a roof over it since 1969,,, Jim



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wilson

02-13-2007 16:56:02




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 Re: D series sprockets in reply to J heitkemper , 02-13-2007 11:31:57  
sounds good what side of ind are you on east or west ???



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JHeitkemper

02-14-2007 22:04:05




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 Re: D series sprockets in reply to wilson, 02-13-2007 16:56:02  
Central ,, As the crow would fly .. louiville ,ky is about 18 miles due n east from my place in Beautiful Harrison County ,In,,,



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