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1845c skidsteer

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urbancase

06-01-2014 19:07:37




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guys : working my skid steer today and all of a sudden lost my right side drive. hose"s ok and oil level were it should be. the left side works as it should. my guess is the right side drive motor, have any of you guys had something like that happen and be something else? i have not got to start taking anything apart yet, hope to get started on it monday night. thanks for any help.




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Agri King

06-02-2014 05:10:26




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 Re: 1845c skidsteer in reply to urbancase, 06-01-2014 19:07:37  
Pull the seat up and move the lever, make sure the linkage is hooked up to the hydro & the spool is moving going into the hydro. Next pull the front chain case cover up, there are 3 chains in each side of a 45. 1 on each drive sprocket & 1 for the gear reduction drive. Check that there isn't a broken chain. Next pull the cover off between the wheels, it is a bearing support for the drive motor shaft, have someone start it and push the lever ahead, the splines on the drive motor shaft and inside of the chain drive sprocket can wear out if it is a high houred machine.

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MasseyHarrisGuy

06-01-2014 19:47:31




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 Re: 1845c skidsteer in reply to urbancase, 06-01-2014 19:07:37  
Check to make sure that the parking pin is not engaged. Sometimes the cable will break going between the lever you push down when youre in the seat and that pin.

If when you push the right side drive lever it does not load the engine, disregard the above.



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