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Old 10-28-2010, 09:53:50 PM
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Default Re: 10 20 Titan

About the decals, were they all the same size for each year or were there different sizes? I have seen some 10-20's with larger IHC logo decals on the fenders, are they correct?

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Disreguard that size ill check on the right size tomorrow Lost my head on that one.
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Todd the chain is a #40 and the lenth is about 14' 6"
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It is #140 roller chain, 1-3/4" pitch. The parts book calls for 74 links, which is 10.8 feet per side. Get a few half links, too. I bought #140 H, pin and cotter from Motion Industries for mine.
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Thank you Joe...I got straight on the phone to a local supplier and the guy said #40 is tiny in size.....but 140 is as you say 1 3/4 in.....now all I have to do is source at a price that reflects reality......first price was US made chain @ NZ $87 per foot or English made $182 per foot......can you seem my heart jump out of my shirt when he said that?.....yeh ! Right!!!! Was my thought...Ill head out to the forge and make my own at that!!..... Regards Todd
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GDay Todd,
Second hand chain may get your TITAN going , A JOHN DEERE "D" has enough chain for more than one side of a TITAN ,
Some road graders & rubber tyred rollers use heaps of this, also
don't know for sure if CASE model "L" chain fits ?
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Thanks Stuart, I had been told JD Ds and LA cases had this chain....problem is theres no D's laying about here un loved....Ill chase up any LA's I can...New is looking to be unrealistic for now.....Cheers
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Surplus Center in Lincoln, NE has the 140 chain. I got some from them a little over a year ago and it is something they keep all the time. it was $69.99 for 10 feet and the shipping was not too bad. I also found all the high prices and finaly found this chain. It is new and very nice chain. The weight on 10 feet is 53 pounds. It is Cottered chain so it is just what you need to the Titan.
The number is 1-800-488-3407 or www.surpluscenter.com
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Thanks Fred..... Being cottered chain makes it more authentic also. I just got off the phone to them and they seem very obliging and willing to ship international..........Thanks again for the great lead....Todd
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Hi guys sorry for the brain fart it is #140 roller chain, 1-3/4" pitch. The parts book calls for 74 links 10.8 feet per side
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Hi Dan,
Just saw your post regarding the Titan water tanks. I have a 1921, so if one of them is the larger tank (no rivets), than I would be very interested in one.
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Good luck Lgitts....the original post is about a hundred years old.....still one never knows.....
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This post is a old one. I sold both tanks to a stacker last year. He needed one and bought both. Sorry I don't have any others.
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