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07-07-2001 21:44:52

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We are in need of a good crankshaft for a 1940(approx)International TD9 Crawler--crankshaft casting #260693R1--SERIAL #TDCB47535--MOTOR TDCBM4753--TRACTOR MODEL 600D or 650D. Does anyone know where we might could find this?

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07-11-2001 01:10:15

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 Re: TD9 CRAWLER in reply to DAN LUTHER, 07-07-2001 21:44:52  
have a recently purchased very old TD6 DOZER and was wondering if you could tell me how to remove the steering clutches ( frozen , but it rolls ) three bolts on in inside of clutch pak are too long to remove w/ installed in dozer ( releases diaphragm ) three bolts near outside unbolt pak from driven axle ( track side ) any help or link to exploded views would help immensly ! tom s.

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07-08-2001 07:13:13

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 Re: TD9 CRAWLER in reply to DAN LUTHER, 07-07-2001 21:44:52  
Dan, i have a brank new crankshaft for your TD-9, it's never been installed, it should just be polished. i will sell for $275

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