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Re: huber grader

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01-05-2013 08:17:42

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might be just the shaft. Remove the cover and take out both pieces,then remove the air inlet. If the blower rotors turn easily without any new nicks,feel safe in putting a new shaft in and seal it up. Back when, any Detroit that change rpm frequently would break them. Trucks,loaders,graders were guilty.

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01-05-2013 20:49:49

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 Re: huber grader in reply to anteek49, 01-05-2013 08:17:42  
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Back in 1992 I bought my first semi tractor from the local excavator. It didn't run and I backed the brakes off and pulled it home with the help from a friend keeping it in gear and slowing down the truck with the clutch.

It was a daycab 4000 IH Cabover with an 8v-71. I wish I still had that truck. I put a new blower driveshaft in it and it started right up. I used it for about 3 years and was trucking too far away and traded it off on a 9670 with a 400 BC Cummins.
Oh well, that was years ago, I would replace the blower drive shaft and see if it runs. Mine was in 1 piece though, the threads were stripped.

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Fritz Maurer

01-05-2013 21:55:24

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 Re: huber grader in reply to Dalet, 01-05-2013 20:49:49  
You're lucky you didn't blow the disc with that method

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