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|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?
|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