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Crawlers, Dozers, Loaders & Backhoes Discussion Forum

Dozer ID

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SeanAdj

09-15-2020 16:12:53




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Can I get some help iding this dozer. I'm interested in purchasing it but the tag is missing from the dash. My best guess is mid to late 50s D9? Any help with identifying this and any restoration parts website would be a great help.




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hector gemme

09-17-2020 03:30:30




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 Re: Dozer ID in reply to SeanAdj, 09-15-2020 16:12:53  
I can't send a émail your box adress is lock mine gemdozer@hotmail.com



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SeanAdj

09-17-2020 01:04:10




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 Re: Dozer ID in reply to SeanAdj, 09-15-2020 16:12:53  
Could you send me a PM with some pictures and what you might want for them



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hector gemme

09-16-2020 17:23:12




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 Re: Dozer ID in reply to SeanAdj, 09-15-2020 16:12:53  
I am still have for TD9 magneto,carburator,stering cluch parts,final drive parts,bevel gear



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Case Nutty 1660

09-16-2020 07:56:02




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 Re: Dozer ID in reply to SeanAdj, 09-15-2020 16:12:53  
TD-9 used the same engine as the WD-9 tractor did,, they are known for breaking heads when started and or shut down wrong,, they start on gas, when warmed up you switch them to dsl,, for cool down its best to switch them back to gas after you idle the dsl for 5 to 10 min,, then switch to gas and turn of the gas line valve and let them run until they are out of gas,, been around them for many decades and have a neighbor who ran them since the 50's , I bought a TD-9 from a neighbor and resold it a few years back,, they are also known for the steering clutches to stick from sitting, not bad machines in their day, cnt

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SeanAdj

09-16-2020 04:31:23




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 Re: Dozer ID in reply to SeanAdj, 09-15-2020 16:12:53  
what types are parts do you have? I know I have to rebuild the starter first. I pulled it off and the brass contact for the switch is very worn and the bendix gear is worn.



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JimInOz

09-16-2020 02:54:13




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 Re: Dozer ID in reply to SeanAdj, 09-15-2020 16:12:53  
Sean,
Visit the REDPOWER FORUMS IH discussion site. There is a section for Crawlers,etc,plus an engines section.


Also,there is some nice YouTube videos of old TD 6 & 9 Loaders working back in the day.



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SeanAdj

09-16-2020 01:19:15




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SeanAdj

09-16-2020 01:16:59




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 Re: Dozer ID in reply to SeanAdj, 09-15-2020 16:12:53  
More Picutes











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SeanAdj

09-15-2020 23:34:17




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 Re: Dozer ID in reply to SeanAdj, 09-15-2020 16:12:53  
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Is there any other locations for the serial number, someone has removed the tag. Or is there a stamped casting number anywhere, the tag on the starter, and loader arm are unreadable.




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SeanAdj

09-15-2020 16:48:51




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 Re: Dozer ID in reply to SeanAdj, 09-15-2020 16:12:53  
Sorry the original post was a typo of D9, it should have read TD9. It is a 4-cylinder gasoline and diesel engine. It does not have the pony motor that has gas but actual spark plugs in the same block and head as the diesel engine.

The tins all say International Harvester on it so I have no doubt that that's what it is as far as manufacturer, my question more is motor size and years of that I can try to source and price out parts. The Dozer has been sitting for 2 years and I was able to get it cranked over tonight but did not want to start messing with the gasoline engine portion without having a deal completed with the seller. I did not want to do the work or somebody else if I was not going to be able to close out a deal or Source parts

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SeanAdj

09-15-2020 16:45:01




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 Re: Dozer ID in reply to SeanAdj, 09-15-2020 16:12:53  
Can search Maine's Craigslist for dozers located in Biddeford. My apologies I know this is getting redundant I'm just trying to get the post count up so that I can actually add a picture



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SeanAdj

09-15-2020 16:41:16




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 Re: Dozer ID in reply to SeanAdj, 09-15-2020 16:12:53  
It's an international harvester, from what I have found of pictures it looks to be a TD9 with a drott loader.
Two more post then I can add a picture



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dpendzic

09-15-2020 17:54:48




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 Re: Dozer ID in reply to SeanAdj, 09-15-2020 16:41:16  
Int td9--built 1939 to 1962---59800 built
weight--9800 to 10800 without attachments
serial #---lower left dash
334.5 CI----1400 rpm



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jm.

09-15-2020 16:45:53




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 Re: Dozer ID in reply to SeanAdj, 09-15-2020 16:41:16  
Lots of difference in a D9 cat and TD 9 ih. The drott loader on an old td 9 was tough to get down in Start by telling us if it is a 4 cylinder or 6 cylinder that will help narrow it down. .Something that old can be a real money pit.



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Jim.ME

09-15-2020 16:37:49




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 Re: Dozer ID in reply to SeanAdj, 09-15-2020 16:12:53  
You can try making several posts, trying to pictures, down in the Test Forum. If that works you will see them when they post. If they are too large they won't be accepted either.

If it is a CAT you should check out this site: https://www.acmoc.org



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hector gemme

09-15-2020 16:29:32




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 Re: Dozer ID in reply to SeanAdj, 09-15-2020 16:12:53  
The serie number for D9 should be on rear the starting engine and on rear housing left side and these should be SERIE 18A or 19A and you could check with ACMOC ANTIQUE CATERPILLAR DOZER



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SeanAdj

09-15-2020 16:24:45




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 Re: Dozer ID in reply to SeanAdj, 09-15-2020 16:12:53  
Thank you, I was wondering why they did not show up and was getting a spam notification



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Jim.ME

09-15-2020 16:22:13




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 Re: Dozer ID in reply to SeanAdj, 09-15-2020 16:12:53  
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Welcome. If you attached pictures, they don't show. For the most part new users have to have more than 5 posts on record before they can post pictures. It is one of the site safeguards to limit spammers. You can go down to the Site Comments Forum and ask YT Support to allow you to post pictures three with less than the 5 posts.



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hector gemme

09-16-2020 03:55:05




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 Re: Dozer ID in reply to Jim.ME, 09-15-2020 16:22:13  
The picture is TD9 International he is smaller than the D9 CATERPILLAR and am still have some small used parts for



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