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Crawlers, Dozers, Loaders & Backhoes Discussion Forum

Re: 931B, the good , the bad and the ugly...

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08-08-2014 16:38:58

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I started to chime in the other night and tell you that you would be time ahead to pull the tank but seems like you like to do it the hard way. Get the hole clean but it does not have to be clean enough to eat out if it. Just get the crud. I usually just pull both sides then put it back together but guess it is up to the individual.

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08-08-2014 23:56:25

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 Re: 931B, the good , the bad and the ugly... in reply to jm., 08-08-2014 16:38:58  
I've never done it before and wanted to see how hard it was to do the left side first since that brake does nothing. What makes you think I want to do it the hard way? Why do think I'm asking questions and borrowed the service manual? How many times do you read about tractors that were taken apart and then sat for years because the person didn't know what to do? I'm working on this out in the middle of nowhere with no shop to work in, no air tools and so far no help. Several people, including the shop that has worked on these, who are experienced say it's not necessary to pull the tanks. The fuel tank wouldn't be too hard to pull but the hyd. tank would be a major PIA to pull since the control valve and all the hyd. lines are attached to it. Further complicating it, is that it has a 4 in 1 bucket and aux. hyd's for the backhoe. That's a lot of hyd. lines and getting them all back together without any leaks could be fun.

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