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H.D.7 H.D.7G

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Jerry Cagle

02-17-2000 19:31:01




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Does anybody know what is the purpose of the G in the H.D.7G . I had a request for parts for my H.D.7 & want to know if final drive parts will interchange on the two machines. Thanks. jlc




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Lee Bradley

02-22-2000 09:19:03




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 Re: H.D.7 H.D.7G in reply to Jerry Cagle, 02-17-2000 19:31:01  
The 'G' usually identified the machine as a loader. HD-7 and HD-7W were built from 1940 to 1950 and had a 3-71 Detroit engine. HD-7G was a updated HD-6G (HD-6 loader) turbo AC 4 cylinder, later turbo 6 cylinder AC. HD-7Gs were built from the late 50's through the 70's. As far as I know nothing interchanges between the HD-7/HD-7W and the HD-7G. They are completely different machines. The HD-7W is a wide track version of the HD-7.

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Lee

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Mudcat49

02-17-2000 20:18:52




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 Re: H.D.7 H.D.7G in reply to Jerry Cagle, 02-17-2000 19:31:01  
I don't know about a HD 7, but on a HD 6, the straight 6 had manual steering clutches, the G had hyd steering clutches



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Jerry

02-17-2000 21:07:16




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 Re: Re: H.D.7 H.D.7G in reply to Mudcat49, 02-17-2000 20:18:52  
think the final drive parts are the same?? trying to find out if drive pinion shaft is same on both machines. thanks jlc



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DY

02-18-2000 11:29:42




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 Re: Re: Re: H.D.7 H.D.7G in reply to Jerry, 02-17-2000 21:07:16  
I looked in a parts book for a HD-7. Looks to be 3 different pinion shafts. 2 are 12" long, serial# breaks, and 1 17" long. SN break is at 12022

Suspect the longer shaft is for a wide track machine HD-7W.

I probably could get the parts book to Kinko's if that would help.



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