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IH TD20 Series 200

Discussion in 'Dozers' started by HydraMacDieHard79, Mar 27, 2019.

  1. HydraMacDieHard79

    HydraMacDieHard79 Active Member

    Dec 4, 2018
    Concrete & Construction
    Michigan, USA
    Found this guy on Youtube I used to watch, Crazy some of the stuff he did But he Surely knew what he was talking about... Looked up that Dozer he had IH TD-20 Dozer.

    Didn't find much... Tractor data didn't show much but tractors.fandom did... apparently, 2,963 units built from 58-61 That was before my Time, I grew up on Old Michigans / Clarks, Terex's, IH, etc being a Concrete/Construction family.

    What's the rarity of these? Man, I'd love one in the near future.
    P.s are there any old Heavy Equipment shows in Michigan, Indiana, Ohio?
  2. InsleyGuy

    InsleyGuy Well-Known Member

    Jul 5, 2010
    Howell, Mi
    The HCEA will have their annual convention in Bowling Green OH this coming September.
  3. BartDHull

    BartDHull Active Member

    Nov 14, 2015
    Phoenix, AZ
    I have a 1959 IH TD-15 I pulled from the Arizona desert last year. It is quite a unusual beast. Starts on gas (not a pony motor, the engine starts on gas) and when it warms up you push in a lever and it shuts off the ignition and carburator and switches to a diesel injection pump.

    I'm close to getting it to start on gas, finishing rebuild on gas start carburator. I have spark and compression, just need fuel.... I can't wait to hear it roar. 9.1 liter diesel...
    davecampbell likes this.