D4 Pony Motor


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D4 Pony Motor

Cliff I'm trying to remove the gasoline pony motor from my ca. 1950 D4.

1st. I thought I figured out how to remove the electric starting motor, but it came back about 1/4" and then stopped moving, even with the assistance of a very heavy steel bar and a 10 pound sledge.

2nd. One of the hold down fasteners is at the very middle of the pony motor, nested quite closely to the diesel. Is there a trick to removing this pesky lil job?

Cliff

kneebone You need a flexible socket set to reach the nut between the starter motor and the motor on the dozer
Chuck I have a D8 Pony Motor that I am trying to get started and am having trouble with the timing. Can anyone tell me how to time it?
John Trying to find out how to start the pony motor on D-4 Cat


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