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my TD9 work in progress .
with my oldest helper .lol
trying to post a pic .
this posting pics a lot simpler here .
 

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Thanks for the pictures and enjoy teaching your helper about your machine.....mike
 

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nice dozer
waiting for the right one to come this way
 

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there my helpers . they got me well trained , no dought about it .there less than 2 miles from me .
the other 2 3000 miles a way . just got a fresh one 1 month a go .[attachment=1:3kit9bw7]PICT0059.JPG[/attachment:3kit9bw7].[attachment=0:3kit9bw7]up date mar 4 2012 217.jpg[/attachment:3kit9bw7]
 

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Those diesels are expensive to get back into shape, but once the engines are rebuilt and the mechanics are put back to being half decent, those things will run. My pap has two TD-6's
 

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Very nice TD9, The uncle I bought the Allis WD from has a TD6 track loader for sale. Near Beaver Center PA. It has done a lot of work and hasn't been started in years. It is setting under a roof. Another big project.
Also My neighbor has a small CASE dozer (gas) that is just a cute little thing. Wouldn't mind having that unit too!
Regards,
Chris
 

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We had a 9 growing up, an early one. '43 I think. It had a real heavy Issackson blade and the canopy was solid 3" barstock. It was too heavy for the final drives and it broke several clearing and pushing trees....James
 

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It wouldn't surprise me a bit if one of these day those two aren't skinnin that 9 and runnin those tractors with the best of them
 
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