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Hyster Winch

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Weldin man

06-08-2007 17:34:52

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Does anyone know anything about a Hyster Winch for a Caterpillar D-6 . I have one that needs rebuilding, but can't seem to come up with any books or anyone around here that knows anything about them. Local Cat dealer has been no help at all. Thanks- Weldin man

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hector gemme

06-09-2007 02:21:51

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 Re: Hyster Winch in reply to Weldin man, 06-08-2007 17:34:52  
I have a spair HYSTER parts and instruction manual d6n and 1 winch too.

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Old Magnet

06-08-2007 20:26:28

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 Re: Hyster Winch in reply to Weldin man, 06-08-2007 17:34:52  
"Hyster" is long Allied Systems. You can download parts and service manuals for free from this website. The D6 uses the D6N or D6C model but don't get your hopes up for finding much in the way of parts for these old units. I have had pretty good luck locating used stuff out of the Pacific Northwest (logging country)

At the Allied site click on Allied Winch then parts manuals of which there is a two page listing.

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Weldin man

06-10-2007 13:24:08

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 Re: Hyster Winch in reply to Old Magnet, 06-08-2007 20:26:28  
Thanks for the info, this was exactly what I was looking for. Now to get it disassembled to see what I need and try to find parts. thanks again. Weldin man

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Len Sholes

06-12-2007 09:57:05

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 Re: Hyster Winch in reply to Weldin man, 06-10-2007 13:24:08  
I take it that you have a Power shift winch. Just thought I would pass on some things to check out when working on your unit. The first thing you need to do is to check the pressure of the pump and then check the pressure of each clutch. Make sure your cable is adjusted correctly. The pressure control valve that they use is a pretty basic unit. The suction hose was also a problem area that a lot of mechanics over looked. If you find that you have pump pressure but one or both of the clutch pressures are down you will have dig deeper. Check the end caps on the clutch shaft there are steel sealing rings in each end of it and they could be worn or worse yet they could have worn grooves into the sealing area on the caps. If these are ok then you need to remove the clutch shaft. You can do it with the winch on the machine but it is a lot easier if you have the winch off of the tractor. Before you take it apart check for end play in the shaft there are steel spacers on it that can get worn. Once you have the clutch pacs on the bench it is pretty straight forward taking them apart, cleaning, inspecting and reassemblling with new seals etc. Check to make sure the splines on the shaft are smooth otherwise your clutch plates can hang up. There are also 4 rubber sealing seals that fit into holes on the splined shaft that need to line up with the feed holes in the clutch pacs and you need to make sure you get these lined up correctly when you reassemble. It has been a number of years since I have been involved with this product but I do know that when Allied first took over the Hyster Product they were always very helpful. Good Luck

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Grampa Leon

06-08-2007 18:22:35

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 Re: Hyster Winch in reply to Weldin man, 06-08-2007 17:34:52  
Try connecting to "Hyster winchs"follow the links


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