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Old 02-02-2011, 12:05 AM
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Default TD 15C, IH & Dresser.

We have two TD 15C tractors in the yard.
Last week i decided as we were having a biG clear up to try and get them fired up. The oldest 1976 machine turned over eventually and burst into life.
The 1986 Dresser Model with only 6000hrs on the clock was siezed solid.
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Old 02-02-2011, 01:34 AM
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We have two TD 15C tractors in the yard.
Last week i decided as we were having a biG clear up to try and get them fired up. The oldest 1976 machine turned over eventually and burst into life.
The 1986 Dresser Model with only 6000hrs on the clock was siezed solid.
What you going to do with them lad?is the one that fired up a worker?may be Dehane will call round for some spares..
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Old 02-02-2011, 02:44 AM
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Sorry to hear about the seized up the engine, I take it you don't do a lot of dozer work if they've been sitting that long?
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Beasts, So how come these machines have just got abit lost? Were they back up machines that never came into play?
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Is this the start of the IH Appreciation thread of unappreciated IH'S
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We have two TD 15C tractors in the yard.
Last week i decided as we were having a biG clear up to try and get them fired up. The oldest 1976 machine turned over eventually and burst into life.
The 1986 Dresser Model with only 6000hrs on the clock was siezed solid.
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yes , what are you going to do with them. those wide pads have me drooling. With those on my 15C I could walk much easier over pumpkin mulch without getting bogged down. throw a corked bottle in the Atlantic and I ll see if it makes it down the St Lawrence River over here as shipping any conventional way would not be cheap.
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