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dick sorensen

05-18-2010 21:03:59

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just got a h4/hd4 given to me. man the thing runs grate. but the guy said it will only push dirt untill it gets hot. but will still move ,gust on power. Well spent some time to get it started and when it did look out.POWER. but when we went to move it no go UNTILL he put some atf in the trans, NOW i dont know any thing about cats. but it has a transmission shifter under the seat and he said he had a new tourk covverter put in but did the same. are the transmission sept from the converter or are the the same unit and what type of fluid should be put in each . have a manual for a d7 they say 50wt help me

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05-19-2010 06:06:53

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 Re: hd4/cat allis chalmers in reply to dick sorensen, 05-18-2010 21:03:59  
The book calls for 20-20W in the transmission and for Type A in the torque convertor/shuttle clutch

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dick sorensen

05-20-2010 09:23:50

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 Re: hd4/cat allis chalmers in reply to John(IN), 05-19-2010 06:06:53  
thank you so much. one more question. is the trans mission sep from the torkconverter/ or do they use the same fluid the dozer has a gear shifter under the seat wich i do beleve is a three speed.

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05-20-2010 17:16:28

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 Re: hd4/cat allis chalmers in reply to dick sorensen, 05-20-2010 09:23:50  
Yes they are seperate. The transmission oil level stick is under the seat and the torque converter/shuttle clutch oil level stick is under the floor by your right foot. Yes it is a 3 speed transmission with shuttle forward/reverse

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dick sorensen

05-24-2010 21:16:14

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 Re: hd4/cat allis chalmers in reply to John(IN), 05-20-2010 17:16:28  
got it to move (yea) but the right pedal was low and would not turn well. toor the floor off the pedal felt like it was binding like some thing was bent or rusted, but there was this lever right below the seat well there is two of them. pushed down on the pedal and pulled the lever back (did I mention that I was leaning over the the side of the cat) wam the pedal came up fast no rubber on those pedals . (****STARS****) kono what are thoselevers for???? hey thank for all your help

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dan lowe

06-20-2010 07:50:10

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 Re: hd4/cat allis chalmers in reply to dick sorensen, 05-24-2010 21:16:14  
i think they are the brake locks

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