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Ih td9

Discussion in 'Dozers' started by spitzair, Apr 25, 2012.

  1. spitzair

    spitzair Senior Member

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    Hello everyone,

    Can anybody tell me what year this TD9 is? The serial number is TDGB 40419. I'm trying to get my hands on it... And what does it weigh approximately? Can I tow it safely with my 3500 Dodge dually with a 20K lb gooseneck trailer? I would take the blade off to get the width down some too... If need be I would get the tractor and then haul the blade and C frame in a seperate trip. The machine hasn't run in a long time, but from the brief look I gave it, it shouldn't take much to get it going... Video I made can be found here: http://youtu.be/SnOZbz6ORXk

    Thanks!
     

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  2. Deere500a

    Deere500a Well-Known Member

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  3. D3DaveC

    D3DaveC Well-Known Member

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    It's under 1956 or 57 as that TD9 looks like the old style, next was the TD91 when they used a taller radiator to keep from cracking heads and they also raised the operator platform. You would pull it no problem with your truck.
     
  4. RDG

    RDG Senior Member

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    That looks like a TD 9/ 90 SERIES.
     
  5. 250c

    250c Well-Known Member

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    You might try the guys over at redpower.com. I think they posted a serial number list in the construction forumn
     
  6. willd8r

    willd8r Well-Known Member

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    My father brought one brand new in 1954 4 pot petrol start warm the main up change over to diesel about 55 hp I think weighs 7/8 ton.He did a huge amount of work with it developing the farm with it. The next model was better with the 6 cylinder motor.
    Cheers Will
     
  7. td9clyde

    td9clyde Well-Known Member

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    it is the some where around 51 to 55 i have a 50
     
  8. spitzair

    spitzair Senior Member

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    Thanks for the tips guys. I'll see what kinda deal I can work out, if any... 250c, I can't log into my redpower account for some reason, haven't been able to for quite some time now too...