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d6 winch

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05-05-2012 16:08:23

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As long as we are on this d6 the winch (Hyster)wil not stop turning any help in this area would be great ty all again

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05-06-2012 09:31:55

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 Re: d6 winch in reply to navyreteocs, 05-05-2012 16:08:23  
If your winch is the one from d6c power shift he should be hydrolic and the lever is not the same than the standar shift and you should not work with the winch engaged it is very dangerous

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05-06-2012 03:23:10

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 Re: d6 winch in reply to navyreteocs, 05-05-2012 16:08:23  
You need to desangaged the winch lever and he should be installed near the master cluch lever and if the lever are not there check on side winch you should have 2 braket one for engaged and desangaged and other one is for the brake cable winch

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05-07-2012 05:41:15

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 Re: d6 winch in reply to gemdozer, 05-06-2012 03:23:10  
This is a HDY machine the controls seam to move where on the (which plate)do you find the inter controls . also there is no cable on the drum for safety perposes

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