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kenworth 262163 305 4620 either
4620
;-)
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Cool machine!
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Another :-P
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And 1 with cab
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jdeere, i am not sure if the last one is a 4620, it aint got
an intercooler. I think it is an 4520, because it has an
havy front axle
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robin,you are rigth,dident look close enough!
this shoud be 1 :-P
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1more
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and LHS
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w/o cab and long pipe
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open station,same as on top
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pic from 3/88 somewhere in Oklahoma
71-72 replaced 1st turbo-built JD 4520
136 pto HP @ 2200 rpm 404 ci turbo&intercooler 6 cyl.
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another 1 with cab
only a few where with FWA
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8/4 full powrshift:-D
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this must be the one,you been talking about?
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yes it is. it is at the farm right now, they had a look at the engine, cranckshaft bearings are damaged. It was running, but not very good. We have got all the sheetmetal, exept the original fenders. A hinson cab with a/c was mounted, but now we have got reproduction fenders
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okay,but eventually it gets rebuilt?
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Yes, it gets rebuild. There is a rebuild shop in town, they rebuild our 6619 jd engine at the moment, when they finished that one, we will build the 404 out of the 4620, and bring it to town to rebuild.
We are looking for a crankshaft for the 6619, the orignal one got a small tear in it. it was stuck on 2 main bearings and one connectingrod bearing:-\
The 4620 was running free, but only needs oversize bearings.
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will be nice that one going again :-P
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cab with a/c and duals
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w/o cab and loader
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another one
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with chrome pipe
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1 more with duals
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fittet with a 466 ci.JD engine
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with super singles
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