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International Titan 10-20 Parts


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Old 01-03-2018, 12:49:35 PM
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Default International Titan 10-20 Parts

Hi All

First post on hear. Am in The UK in Herefordshire and have the remains of three Titan 10-20's all in the TV serial number range.

One is hopefully quite easy to get started, can remember Dad having it running of sorts about 35 years ago.

other two are in not so good condition but are 60-70% thier so worth saving.

Hoping to get the one going after spent so much time looking at it. after a few bits to get me started.

does any drawing exsit for a starting handle??

and also for the water and fuel tanks. have some very rust eaten tanks but only good for patterns but some proper mesurments would be good.

will try and get some photos uploaded when i get used to this forum.

thanks in advance

David
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Default Re: International Titan 10-20 Parts

Hi David

I too have a Herefordshire Titan - TV12847. I understand it came out of the county in the 60's into preservation.

I got mine going in June last year after 45-years of dormancy (see https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5symse18gL4). It ran quite well, although having now stripped the engine down it is incredibly worn - a testament to its engineering.

Provided the engine has good compression and a strong spark, then there is no reason why it shouldn't start after 35 years. However - ensure that the lubricator is working and oil is getting to all the parts (I stripped the lubricator down and gave it a thorough clean). At some point my Titan ran with a dry big end, and caused a bit of a mess (although now repaired!). I'd advise taking the big end and main caps off and cleaning the bearings up before starting; my crank pins were quite rusty, despite not being seized.

I've sourced new valves, valve springs, rings, push rods and liners from H & J Machining in the States, who were very helpful. Biewer Tractor Salvage in the States have parts new and old (I sourced some brake bands from them). I managed to buy spark plugs off Ebay - a very nice matching pair of Splitdorfs. David White of Power Factors in the UK has parts from time to time.

Cooling tank-wise, I need the correct version fabricating, together with mudguards and an air cleaner. I've yet to find a source for steel tanks in the UK (you can source one in the US, but the carriage is very expensive). I've been unable to find the correct cotter-pin fixed drive chains in the UK; again, easily available in the States, but the cost of carriage makes them too expensive. Blank drive sprockets are available in the UK at around £80 each.

I have an original starting handle I could lend you to use as a pattern, as it's likely to be a few months before I have time to get my Titan back together. Happy to help out on any other queries you may have - feel free to PM me.

Good luck!

Roger
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Default Re: International Titan 10-20 Parts

Hi David/Roger,
Here is a link to a shop in Essex that has new tanks in there photos so maybe they still do them? (believe he is a staker as well!).
Good luck, Nathan.
http://www.tractorpanels.com/default.aspx
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Hi All
I am also in the market for a water tank and wings for my Titan 10-20 TV8201, I'd say all three tractors would want the same design of short wings.

I have some original docmentation with my tractor which shows the owner was looking for a new water tank in 1930, when the tractor was just 13 years old. So the original ones didn't last any longer!

Maybe if we approach our man in Essex with 3 orders we can get some made up.

Harry
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Hy I'm looking for an intake and carb assembly, fuel pump and tank for a 1918 Titan at the club i"m with. I might borrow the intake off mine to fire the club one up just to hear it run. Mine is Tv 31088 I left mine as it was originally was on the farm at the end of it's life of cutting firewood and chopping grain for the farm animals.
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I am also looking for a water tank. Will be looking at Tractor show at Malvern this w/e.
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