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    Davis/ Case crawler

    This came up in another thread, but I figured I would post it here. I have a Davis crawler, with a trenching attachment. It has a Wisconsin TJD engine, which is a two cylinder, air cooled engine. It drive a hydraulic pump, which in turn provides power to the drive axle. While it ran a few years ago, it currently doesn't. Over the years and a couple of big moves, the magneto and carb have been misplaced. I go back and forth on trying to repair the engine that's in it, or repowering it with something else. I've seen a few single cylinder diesel engines that might work out. Every once in a while I get tempted to just sell it as is, but so far I've been able to resist the urge. I like tracked equipment, and this is small enough that I don't have to drag out the forklift and 3/4" impact wrench to work on it.

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    I know an electrision with a simular set-up he trenches electric lines with. I seen hem set it and wile it was trenching left the job site to get lunch (gone about 40 min. to an hour) and when he returned sat and ate lunch and remarked {straight as an arrow} and it was. I think his is a diesel

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