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AustinWestern grader ident. help

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Joe

12-14-2003 15:55:27




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Hi, Just bought an AustinWestern road grader and am trying to identify it's year, model and engine....in order to start finding parts. This is what I know... AustinWestern serial # (on grader frame) is H9032, it has 4 wheels ( 4WD and 4 wheel steer). The engine is an International (in-line 6) and starts on gas and runs on diesel (no seperate 'pony' motor). The ID tag on the engine is gone but the casting #267836-R1 (or maybe 267636-R1) is on the middle of the block on the diesel pump injector side. I can't get it to RPM up on gas...it starts and runs but acts like it's getting to rich a mixture......anyway, I need to identify the motor. I will be needing some hard parts for differential, etc. but want to make it easy to start first. Also once I identify this old workhorse...I'd sure like to find a service manual !!!! Any help will be greatly appreciated. JOE

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Brian

12-19-2003 22:17:22




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 Re: AustinWestern grader ident. help in reply to Joe, 12-14-2003 15:55:27  
Joe The IH gas over diesel engines dont run over about 1/4 the speed of normal basicly a fast idle. on the top of carb is an air valve which regulates engine speed by how much air allowed into carb Brian



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Tom Graham

12-19-2003 17:22:06




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 Re: AustinWestern grader ident. help in reply to Joe, 12-14-2003 15:55:27  
If you have a 6cylinder IH engine, you have a Master 99 with a UD-16 engine. Look on the left (I think) front side of the main frame ahead of the blade lift cylinders for the ID plate. I have a 99 with the same flooding type problem. After you start the gas side, hop out of the cab and start shutting off the gas valve under the starting tank. When it's almost closed, the engine should start running properly. After it's running smoothly start opening the valve again. Let me know if this helps.

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Bob-Wyo

12-19-2003 12:15:25




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 Re: AustinWestern grader ident. help in reply to Joe, 12-14-2003 15:55:27  
Joe all I can tell you is I run one in 1953 just like yours. Not much help but all I got. Good luck with more info. bob



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king of obsolete

12-16-2003 09:31:36




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 Re: AustinWestern grader ident. help in reply to Joe, 12-14-2003 15:55:27  
joe when you find out some info or a web site let me know, i got a austin western 77 which i would like to know more about. thanks



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