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Re: 931B steering what next?

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Stick welding

07-17-2014 21:46:45

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My other response was at work so I had to be quick. I'm wondering if there is anything else I should check that might fix the problems(s) without having to take everything apart? The engine was under load turning left and slowed the right side that was driving. There is no braking, no nothing with the left brake now which leads me to think that it has to come apart. Still wondering if I should work on getting the band support bolt out to check for moisture or oil in the case? Could mineral spirits improve the right side? I don't know if I should start tearing it apart or not.

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07-18-2014 06:38:32

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 Re: 931B steering what next? in reply to Stick welding, 07-17-2014 21:46:45  
You best take the LH cover off and have a look. Sounds like there was poor or no clutch release until you got the valves done. Lugging was due to the clutch not fully released. Now it may be releasing but a pin might have fallen out of the linkage. As you work on it take both brake rods off and try the levers by hand and compare them.
Later Bob

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Stick welding

07-18-2014 19:15:13

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 Re: 931B steering what next? in reply to Bob/Ont, 07-18-2014 06:38:32  
I got some of the dis-assembly procedure e-mailed to me but it said the fuel and hyd. tanks have to come off which has another procedure just for that. Can it be done without taking the tanks off? It looks like a BIG job taking everything apart. Is it as bad as it looks?

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07-19-2014 06:36:25

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 Re: 931B steering what next? in reply to Stick welding, 07-18-2014 19:15:13  
Slack the mounting bolts and let them lean out a bit.
Later Bob

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