Please use the navigational links to explore our website. Search for this text Search. View Cart. Thermostat - This Thermostat opens at degrees F. It is used on the following Diesel tractors:,,TD6. Replaces R1, R91 Part No: Autolite 2100 hot air choke No: DC.
Crawlers: T6, TD6. Part No: R Decal Set - For model TD6. This is a set of 27 self-adhesive decals. These are printed on Mylar, not die cut. Part No: DA. Replaces R Distributor Gear - This Distributor Gear has 32 teeth. It is used on IH Distributor R It will also fit J4 magneto above serial number It does not fit early J4 Magnetos. Part No: R1. Generator - 12 volt, 20 amp.
For tractor models, serial number and up, gas, up to gas Farmall or up to serial number gas Internationalwith Cgas to, B, gasB,B,B, B,Cub Lo-Boy serial number and upCub serial number toTD6, TD9 to Part No: Generator, 6 Volt, New - 6 volt, 25 amp.
Delco fits Models: 1. Replaces Delco,Part No: R Replaces Delco numbers, Part No: TG Glow Plug - Sold individually. For combines:, Part No: R3. Starter, New - 12 volt, clockwise rotation, 10 teeth. Crank Seal, Front - This front crankshaft oil seal has a 2.
Replaces: R Size: Vertical Muffler - Stainless Steel. Polished stainless steel can and most likely will discolor from extreme heat. Replaces DX. Part No: DX. Part No: DXB. Replaces D, AAR.Fast Shipping With warehouses across the US, we ship quickly and efficiently. Expert Advice Expert tech advice before and after your purchase. Please make sure you have determined the correct bearing size that you will need.
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Spark Plug Wiring Set pre-assembled with 90 degree boots, 4-cyl. Related Products: Oil Pan Gasket.We expected this to last months but now it looks longer. We will still be receiving inquiries and orders as best we can. If they shut down, we do to 3.
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Bearing Retaining Nuts. Coming up with good used nuts was becoming more difficult, and very labor intensive to just get a nut, so we had these made to solve their lack of availability.
International Harvester TD-6
If your clutches are totally trashed, or completely frozen, you will probably have to resort to cutting some of the discs out to save the inner driving drum, the brake drum and the pressure plate. That means replacing all of the fiber discs and probably most of the steel discs.
Be careful with your hammers! If you do accidentally break your clutch pressure plate or brake drum, we have replacements, but try to avoid that expense.
You can do a lot to clean up the steel discs with some heavy duty cleaning, wire brushing and sandblasting. You will want a clean smooth surface so that the steel disc surfaces will not chew up the new fiber or bimetallic discs with their roughness.
The TD6 normally uses 12 fiber discs and 11 steel discs for each clutch. If you do not have to change all of them, and can get by with only changing a few fiber discs, then by all means just replace the bad fiber discs with more fiber discs. If you have to replace all 12 fiber discs, or at least 12 of the 24 fiber discs required for both clutches, then you should consider upgrading and improving one or both of your clutches by using bimetallic friction discs instead of the old style fiber discs.
Because of the different thickness of the discs, upgrading to the bimetallic discs requires 14 bimetallic discs and 13 steel discs per clutch. The bimetallic discs are of course a little more expensive, but you end up with a clutch less prone to having your clutch discs sticking or bonding to each other, a longer clutch life, and an increased friction surface area, resulting in a higher coefficient of friction, and no broken teeth!
The bimetallic discs are not nearly as affected by moisture as the fiber discs. You can certainly expect to run your machine a lot longer without having to go into the steering clutches again!International TD9B dozer.
Power shift. Good tracks. Hydraulic blade. Boughton winch, drawbar. Engine siezed. Needs rebuild. Complete, Engine still turns over, has not run for 5 years Make a good Reno project. Hydraulic tank with spool lxwx high at back end and high at spool end Not sure if literswas used on a international Td9 bulldozer. Wanted TD9 International drott or dozer 4 and 6 cylinder any condition.
Interested in all parts as well. Will travel state wide. Phone or message me on. Front idler rock guard Left side. International TD9 Fan. International Td9 fuel tank. Radiator shroud.
Sign In Register. My Gumtree Post an ad. Suggested Searches: international td9 international engine perkins engine dozer international dozer international td dozer parts perkin drott dozers perkins perkins drotts shed. Filters List. Search alert Get notified when new items are posted. Search alert. Price Minimum Price. Maximum Price.Don't want a tractor but I'm thinking the later glow plug motor would be nice in my TD6 and the extra 10 horses wouldn't hurt either.
The bloke had a nice that we spotted from the road There was the usual hideous period blade gear laying the weeds. I can't even say if it went I,ve never heard of that particular swap,but it might be a good move A few years ago,I priced rebuild parts for a ,from a diesel engine parts supplier The BTD was a purely Ag tractor,with a derated engine.
It was made slightly lighter to reflect it's use in farm work,as opposed to the industrial work of the BTD6. If I can get it at the right price I'll grab it. It's included amongst other machinery at a clearing sale on the property on Saturday. There's a lot of machinery for sale at the moment and if your looking for a big late model tractor there's a lot of bargains to be had. If i am understanding you correctlyyour swapping the 4 cyl for 6cyl.
A 6 cyl is what the 62 series had, check out what they did. Issue is motor length. Some had fan mounted in front of the radiator with drive shaft going thru core. No she's still a four banger. Pretty much the same motor only glow plug instead of gas start.
I've since found out the tractor is not running so unless it goes real cheap I won't be touching it. Start new topic. Recommended Posts. Posted April 27, The guy up the road from me is selling his Super AWD6 tractor. It has the AD glow plug motor fitted. I'm assuming it's the same motor as fitted to the BTD-6 and should fit up ok. Anybody done this kind of swap before? Is it feasible?
Link to post Share on other sites. JimInOz 2 Posted April 27, Hi Phil, I,ve never heard of that particular swap,but it might be a good move I have a few spares here,as would many tractor wreckers.I need your guys opinion on this one. What do you think a International TD6 crawler is worth.
Condition of engine is unknown but evereything else seems to be free. What would it be worth with the loader and what would it be worth without the loader? Looks like a 61 series maybe??? This machine has been sitting for a little but, and are unsure of the condition of the engine and clutches.
Cal, it's not a 61, just the long track frame which is common to loaders.TD 18 Start and Run
It still has the breather on the dash and the pump doesn't even seem to have an A on it but it's hard to tell. Gotta say that worth is a very relative value for a rocket launcher. Given how tight them track adjusters are however, it seems unlikely. But already committed to getting a Cat D47J dozer. A good mate of mine is thinking of having it now. Its a totally original machine,original paintwork and comes with a pto.
Very good running gear but can be a pig to start on petrol. Easiest way to tell the difference, if you are like me and can't tell at a glance, is to look at the serial number plate if it is there. It should be above the left brake pedal.
If it is not sold by saturday then we are buying it. He won't hold it till he has the money and it is too far away to go during the week. I will keep you guys posted and more pictures if we do get it.
EarlF, I think you are correct but can't swear to that. One thing for sure is that the rear top roller is real close to the sprocket on a TD6 than on a 9. Scott, that is a fairly early engine. Looks pretty much left alone except for missing a generator. Is the engine stuck? We are going to try to turn the engine over tommorow. Also the tow on the tracks towed out.