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Posted by John A. Brownson on March 05, 2002 at 21:31:14 from (126.96.36.199):
I recently purchased a 2010 dozer. Within an hour or two of working it blew a head gasket. I fixed it and it operated well, but with disapointing power although I could uproot and push about mature manzanita. It seemed not to be able to back up any kind of decent slope. After retorquing the head and operating about 10 or so more hours it looks like the same thing is happening. I followed the manual exactly on torque pattern and went up in 5-10 foot-pound steps, used the copper gasket seal, cleaned things obsessively, where did I go wrong?
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