TD9 TD91 TD92 TD9B STEERING CLUTCHES
and L150 Track Loader
VERY RARE....Hinged Battery Box and cover
Fits TD6's and TD9's $250 I've only had two of these in the last 40 years.
|In repairing the dry type TD9 TD91 TD92 and early TD9B
steering clutches you have a couple of options. If your clutches are totally trashed, or
completely frozen, you will probably have to resort to cutting some of the discs out to
save the inner driving drum, the brake drum and the pressure plate. That means replacing
all of the fiber discs and probably most of the steel discs. You can do a lot to
clean up the steel discs with some heavy duty cleaning, wire brushing and sandblasting.
You will want a clean smooth surface so that the steel disc surfaces will not chew up the
new fiber or bimetallic discs with their roughness.
The TD9 normally uses 11 fiber discs and 10 steel discs for each clutch. If you do not have to change all of them, and can get by with only changing a few fiber discs, then by all means just replace the bad fiber discs with more fiber discs. If you have to replace all 11 discs, or at least 11 of the 22 fiber discs required for both clutches, then you should consider upgrading and improving one or both of your clutches by using bimetallic friction discs instead of the old style fiber discs.
Upgrading to the bimetallic discs requires 12 bimetallic discs and 11 steel discs per clutch. The bimetallic discs are of course a little more expensive, but you end up with a clutch less prone to having your clutch discs sticking or bonding to each other, a longer clutch life, and an increased friction surface area resulting in a higher coefficient of friction. The bimetallic discs are not nearly as affected by moisture as the fiber discs. You will eliminate the possibility of broken friction disc teeth by choosing the bimetallic option. Upgrading to the bimetallic disc pack does cost more and you are the only one that can make the decision between the two different styles of clutch packs. For some people the labor and inconvenience involved in future steering clutch repair is not a consideration, while for others it is very important.
The TD9/TD91/TD92/TD9B and L150 steering clutch brake bands we
have in stock are completely new with new bands and new linings. You can replace
either the 3 piece bands or the 2 piece bands at a price ($200.00 ) competitive with
having your lining replaced and installed.
All items below are in stock and if you would like to get any of them on the way just let us know! If you are in the US you may call 1-800-531-9021 or if you are outside the US, 1 208 342 8911. You may also email email@example.com for orders/questions.
Our hours are Monday through Friday from 10 am Eastern Time to 6 pm Eastern Time (8 am Mtn Time to 4 pm Mtn Time). We are located 20 miles east of Boise, Idaho.
SET OF SPRING, WASHER, AND ADJUSTING BOLT
NEW $15.00/SET or 2 SETS FOR $25.00
274160R91-->603468C91 HIGH CAPACITY THE 2 PIECE BAND FITS THE TD91, TD92, TD9B SERIES AND ALSO THE L150 LOADERS
AETNA P/N A-1555 BEARING IH P/N
55745D BEARING $110.00 ea
NEW STEERING CLUTCH SHAFT NUTS........Your steering clutch shaft usually has a retaining nut that has been used several times over the decades, resulting in pulled/rolled threads and a locking ring that has been used so many times that finding a good spot on the locking ring to bend and lock is not always possible. You DO NOT want these nuts backing off or coming off of the threaded end of the shaft. Coming up with good used nuts was becoming more difficult, and very labor intensive to just get a nut, so we had these made to solve their lack of availability. 258278R1 24.00 ea.
TD9 STEERING CLUTCH
TD9 CRAWLER 501-UP PARTS MANUAL
T9 TD9 CRAWLER SERVICE MANUAL
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