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Cat Grader

Discussion in 'Old Iron!' started by Steve Frazier, May 31, 2009.

  1. Steve Frazier

    Steve Frazier Founder

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    I spotted this old Cat on a recent trip and took a few shots. It has a 3 cylinder diesel with a pony motor to start. The ID plate had too much paint on it to be legible, can anyone identify this machine?
     

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  2. oldirt

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    a knucklebuster I have never heard of, especially the 3 cyl. version of the old D7-8 motor.
     
  3. 95zIV

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    Steve it's a no 10:
     

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  4. Steve Frazier

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    Thanks for the help!! Any idea on when it might have been manufactured?
     
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    willie59 Super Moderator

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    Am I seeing those pics right, does that thing have wood window frames?
     
  8. 95zIV

    95zIV New Member

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    Yeah those are wood.
     
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    wow thats an old piece of history , nice pics, did it look like it had been run lately?
     
  10. willie59

    willie59 Super Moderator

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    Well shut my mouth! Back in the days when carpenters helped build heavy equipment. Now that's old! :D
     

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