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    Posted: 17 Sep 2020 at 8:29am
Hi there,

What year would be a grader with the serial number D-6239?

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Max
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1963, per Swinford's book...Wink
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Thank you for the fast answer!
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Ross D. Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 19 Sep 2020 at 8:51am
   Good morning and welcome to the Forum. I checked the serial number and on my lists, it also shows up as a 1963 model. I know of several models from the 1950's around this area. The series, from the 60's are rare around here, and I do not have any information on how the D series progressed in mechanical improvements.
   Does your grader have mechanical brakes, power steering, auxiliary transmission, and what is your engine make and size?

    Are you located in Ontario?
    My grader is a 1967 'D Special"
   Ross D.,   Erin, Ontario.
   
   
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Hi guys finally received my Grader! Need TLC and gas tank leaking... any one would have an complète air filter assembly...mine as been change and look bad... also need the gas throtle complete assembly.

Its a 1963 D serial number 6239 with square frame... has steering damping system and side shift blade👍

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Hi Ross, got my grader need some parts...air assembly and gas throtle complete linkage... have side shift blade and steering damping system. No creeping transmission and no scarifier. Decent shape but need tlc here and there... engine is gas but dont know wich model...dont see number stamped... maxime.x.couture@gmail.com

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When I had my D grader I got rid of the hand throttle as there was already too many functions that required the use of your hands. Instead I ran a flexible cable from the governor around the back of the engine and down along the inside of the channel frame to a point where I mounted a pivot point for a heel and toe throttle. Tap the heel with your right foot to slow the engine and tap the toe to increase engine speed leaving both hands free to control the hydraulics and steering. It also helped when roading. Left hand on the steering wheel, right hand on the shifter, left foot on the clutch and right foot on the throttle to synchronize engine speed to minimize gear grinding. 
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