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I just bought a Huber Warco 4D grader

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It seems to be all there, other than tires being terribly cracked it's not in terrible shape. All the hydraulics work, and there are some chains in the back under the engine that will be a big deal this winter, if they fit.

I have no idea how to run one, but when the ground firms up a little I'll start figuring it out. In the mean time it really needs an oil change.

The engine is a GM model 4025. I'm guessing that's a Detroit 4-53?
 

skyking1

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Congrats, Nels. Get the serial numbers gathered up so people can help out the best they can.
 
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I don't have a good picture of the name plate yet, so here's the info I can read.

Stock No AF 3805-554-5124
Ser No MD-757, Reg. No. 60D 25
MFG. Huber Warco Co Model 4D
Cont No 88A45100-11 Date MFGD 5-6?

Eng. Ser.No. 4481747 (or maybe 4A at the start?)
 
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Just for reference, here's a picture of the name plate after a bit of cleanup. Pretty sure the Date MFGD is 5-60.

Turns out there are military manuals for these, so I found copies on fleabay: operator's, parts list and depot maintenance. They were a whole lot cheaper than the HW manuals! Hopefully they'll be adequate.
 

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