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Crawlers, Dozers, Loaders & Backhoes Discussion Forum

1801 Ford Diesel Industrial Backhoe

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Wilson Walt

08-25-2019 09:40:03

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Went to buy this today.Big issues. Seller started up and drove forward a few feet, heard a loud popping/clunking sound coming from left side of rear axle. WE asking seller to raise bucket/hoe slightly shut off engine and leave in neutral. Two of us pushed machine a few feet, same thing. Any ideas??

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Wilson Walt

08-26-2019 11:32:12

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 Re: 1801 Ford Diesel Industrial Backhoe in reply to Wilson Walt, 08-25-2019 09:40:03  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to see both sides of the axle housing where it meets center section are rtv ed i asked the seller, got schultzs response

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08-26-2019 03:27:47

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 Re: 1801 Ford Diesel Industrial Backhoe in reply to Wilson Walt, 08-25-2019 09:40:03  
Could be anything from loose wheel nuts to a damaged ring gear,take the weight off the wheel and with a long pry bar see if there is any up and down play,the outer bearing may have failed,with a machine that age anything can have let go.


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