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Re: Track Marshall Dozer

Post #31 by bigkit » Sun Nov 18, 2012 11:12 am

Blinkin' 'eck, Fred sure you weren't the inventor! From your knowledge it sounds like you scratch built everyone by hand..............on your own!!!!! :thumbup: :dizzy: :bow: WOW


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Post #32 by trackson » Sun Nov 18, 2012 11:53 am

Hi fred would our TM 55 Have a stamped Number in the same place we have no tag on our TM 55
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Post #33 by Aussie Rob » Sun Nov 18, 2012 2:03 pm

Hi Fred. Once again, thank you. Will check that out tomorrow. (It's 10.30pm here) Absolutely amazed at your knowledge! AND YOUR MEMORY :bow:


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Re: Track Marshall Dozer

Post #34 by Aussie Rob » Mon Nov 19, 2012 11:37 pm

Hi Fred - And everyone else.

Have little bit of water going into sump - suspect bottom inner O'rings are leaking, probably gone hard. Before replacing, am thinking of trying the Liquid Intelligence 230. Literature says -
"Will stop oil leaks by swelling and softening dried and hardened seals and gaskets. - Guaranteed" -
Have you, or anyone you know, ever tried this product, or the Liquid Intelligence 115 ("guaranteed to stop engine overheating") or the Liquid Intelligence Diesel Fuel Biocide ("guaranteed to stop bacteria, fungus and yeast contamination in diesel fuel tank.")
What comes to mind is - "If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is" Would appreciate any feedback on any of these products. :?:

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Re: Track Marshall Dozer

Post #35 by trackson » Tue Nov 20, 2012 2:25 am

Hi Rob is there bubbles in radiator as well


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Re: Track Marshall Dozer

Post #36 by Aussie Rob » Tue Nov 20, 2012 11:15 pm

Hi John. Thanks for interest. Re water in sump. Since first found, removed head and had it checked -it is fine. Have also put 3 lots of additive in radiator. Now very much less water in sump, but still a little. Drained water, measured water in radiator, and when sitting, radiator water level goes down, and little water back in sump. Will have to drain water from sump again before starting up to re-check if bubbles. Not looking forward to pulling it down, and hoping to find an alternative (like trying the Liquid Intelligence)
But am hoping for some feedback to know whether it's as good as it sounds.
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Post #37 by trackson » Wed Nov 21, 2012 4:10 am

I have never heard of Liquid Intellence for liners i use (Iron tight) red plastic bottle around $ 35 i get it from Repco it work good in our old 160 cummins ect
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Post #38 by Aussie Rob » Wed Nov 21, 2012 6:34 am

Thanks for that John. Haven't heard of it, but will give it a try. It's about half the cost of the Liquid Intelligence, and if you found it worked, that's better than just trusting the "Marketing spiel" of the Liquid Intelligence.
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Re: Track Marshall Dozer

Post #39 by Aussie Rob » Sun Dec 09, 2012 4:36 am

Hi John. Just thought I'd let you know - Tried the Iron Tight as you suggested, but unfortunately did not fix problem..... Haven't tried the Liquid Intelligence yet. Was hoping to hear from someone who has used it to see if its as good as it sounds. May just have to bite the bullet and find out for ourselves. :roll:
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Re: Track Marshall Dozer

Post #40 by trackson » Thu Dec 13, 2012 1:04 pm

Thats a shame Rob I have a 730 John Deere 2cyl doing the same thing i put Iron tight in it 5 years ago but its got watter in the oil and oil in the watter again so we will have to pull it down and find the ptoblem


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