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    Default RickB, et al:IS the TD95D an all metric machine?

    I've been doing some checks on my 2007 TD95D and so far every fastener I've touched is metric. As it's made in Italy I think the odds are real strong that all the fasteners are metric. Can you confirm this? I want to put a tool kit together to carry in the tractor so I don't have to run back to the shop if i need to tighten something, bleed a filter, etc.

    Thanks in advance for any help.

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    Default Re: RickB, et al:IS the TD95D an all metric machine?

    RickB will provide the definitive response, but I have a TN55 manufactured in Italy and it is all metric. Well, at least I haven't discovered any non-metric fittings since 2000.

    I was looking through the on-line parts catalog/diagrams at Messick's and discovered that there was a tool kit (all metric) available for the TN55.

    If RickB or another expert doesn't chime in, you might try searching Messick's NH parts catalog/diagrams to see if such a tool kit is available for your model.

    Steve

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    Default Re: RickB, et al:IS the TD95D an all metric machine?

    Neighbours is all metric so far, but made in Turkey not Italy. Old Fiat design if I recall correctly.

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    Default Re: RickB, et al:IS the TD95D an all metric machine?

    Quote Originally Posted by slowzuki View Post
    Neighbours is all metric so far, but made in Turkey not Italy. Old Fiat design if I recall correctly.
    The data plate on mine says "Made in Italy".

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    It's Italian, and all metric.

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    Default Re: RickB, et al:IS the TD95D an all metric machine?

    As stated, metric for certain.
    We have too much gun control.
    What we need is more idiot control.

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    Default Re: RickB, et al:IS the TD95D an all metric machine?

    I don't think we are talking about the same model, I must be mistaken. Theirs is the model with the spur gear reduction units on the rear end made in the old Fiat factory.

    EDIT I believe the ROPS data plate on the cab says made in Italy.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jerry/MT View Post
    The data plate on mine says "Made in Italy".
    Last edited by slowzuki; 01-19-2011 at 03:53 PM.

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    Default Re: RickB, et al:IS the TD95D an all metric machine?

    Thanks guys.

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