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Crawlers, Dozers, Loaders & Backhoes Discussion Forum

Re: Cat. D4C Need Help

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Bob/Ont

09-20-2012 06:30:26
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Don, look on top of the clutch covers, scrape off the dirt and look near the place the brake linkage connects. The cover is oval and about 3"X2" held on by 2 3/8" bolts. Look at this cover carefully, the oldest need to be removed, bolt underneath, some have a 9/16"hex protruding through them and the newest have extension rods that extend up to the sides of the seats. Try adjusting and come back if you have problems.
Later Bob

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Don Highfill

09-20-2012 09:05:03
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 Re: Cat. D4C Need Help in reply to Bob/Ont, 09-20-2012 06:30:26  
Thanks Bob. I"m not exactly sure where the clutch covers are? I looked yesterday and found where the linkage from the foot pedals attaches to the levers that go back and forth (with spring attached) The levers pivot on a shaft that is in a round topped housing bolted to the top of the final drive? Where are the oval plates from those? forward, backward, inside outside of those housings? That is not very clear/ I hope you understand. Thanks again.

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09-20-2012 14:12:58
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 Re: Cat. D4C Need Help in reply to Don Highfill, 09-20-2012 09:05:03  
Dave, look beside the round covers and you will find them.
Later Bob



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 Re: Cat. D4C Need Help in reply to Bob/Ont, 09-20-2012 14:12:58  
OK. I must have the oval plates because there is nothing beside or under my seat. I guess I need to clean more dirt and mud off the top. Thanks!



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