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Crawlers, Dozers, Loaders & Backhoes Discussion Forum

Right side clutch is out on 931B...

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Stick welding

08-10-2014 22:03:28

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A lot more rust but the clutch arm wasn't rusted in. I thought I had to give up and ask for suggestions to get the hub on the track side loose but a little banging on my aluminum snipe while prying on the clutch arm finally loosened it. I didn't loosen the hyd. tank and by total fluke a repair I did years ago was a godsend. There was a one piece bent steel tube from the hyd. valve in front of the tank to the opposite side at the rear for one of the backhoe lines. The hyd. tank would have had to come off to remove this line. This line was missing a support and rubbed through so it had to be fixed. There wasn't enough room to put a hose in place at the valve because of all the other lines and it had some short tight bends in it. What I did is cut the tube off after it made all the complex bends and had it re-flared so I could put a section of hose on it. I did the same thing at the other end so the tube could still be held in the proper clamps for hooking up the backhoe. If that line would have never leaked, I think I would invented about 142 new curse words. LoL Now having taken both sides out I can give anyone needing to do the same thing some tips to save them a lot of frustration. Taking the brake mount out instead of trying to loosen everything in place is way easier. Then you can get at all the other stuff and apply heat if needed. The track adjuster nuts were froze up on both sides but when turned to the top were easy to heat up with a little propane torch. Having a second person makes a huge difference when you pull the clutches without removing the tanks because you have to pull the clutch at an angle opposite to the way it wants to fall. No brake lining was missing. It's not a continuous band but I think 4 sections with about an inch between them.

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08-11-2014 13:44:07

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 Re: Right side clutch is out on 931B... in reply to Stick welding, 08-10-2014 22:03:28  
I am going to declare to the world that boy is good when you post that you have those clutches back down in there without removing that tank. Definitely going to be a two man job.

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08-11-2014 21:15:23

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 Re: Right side clutch is out on 931B... in reply to jm., 08-11-2014 13:44:07  
I think it will be easier than taking them out. I can put them at the right angle to get them in and slowly lower them into the hole. Bringing them out is a pain when everything is rusty and you can't even remove all the brake parts off them. Will want a good helper though.

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