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450B STEERING

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GERALD GRAY

04-20-2001 14:11:49




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JUST BOUGHT A 450B LOADER. MY FIRST EXPERIENCE WITH TRACS. THE MACHINE PUSHES GREAT DOESNT SLIP. THE LEVERS COME ALL THE WAY BACK TO THE SEAT WITH OUT TURNING THE MACHINE. IF I PRESS THE CLUTCH AND STOP THEN IT WILL TURN (SOMETIMES) IT HAS NO BRAKES. ONLY ON LEVEL GROUND AND AT SLOW SPEEDS. WILL ADJUSTING TAKE CARE OF THE PROBLEM?




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Possum

04-25-2001 19:34:38




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 Re: 450B STEERING in reply to GERALD GRAY, 04-20-2001 14:11:49  
Adjust the clutches first so that the loader's forward motion stops before the handle hits the seat. Then start on the brakes.



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Possum

04-25-2001 19:33:48




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 Re: 450B STEERING in reply to GERALD GRAY, 04-20-2001 14:11:49  
Adjust the clutches first so that forward motion stops before the handle hits the seat. Then start on the brakes.



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gerald

04-25-2001 19:39:40




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 Re: Re: 450B STEERING in reply to Possum, 04-25-2001 19:33:48  
thanks for the help and advice. manuals are on the way and as soon as they get here i'm going to start on it. i'm glad i found this site! its been a big help.



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jerry Gerthofer

04-20-2001 18:01:46




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 Re: 450B STEERING in reply to GERALD GRAY, 04-20-2001 14:11:49  
it's got to be in the clutches.



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Chuck Hilton

04-20-2001 17:41:24




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 Re: 450B STEERING in reply to GERALD GRAY, 04-20-2001 14:11:49  
Sounds like you answered your own question. When you pull a steering lever first it will disengage the steering clutch then it will engage the brake for that side. This is the same brake that workes with the foot pedal. So if your foot brakes don't work neither will the steering brakes since they are the same. You will need to identify the problem wether it's an adjustment or worn out bands. Feel free to e-mail me if you need more details. Good Luck Chuck Hilton Hilti1114@aol.com

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gerald

04-25-2001 19:44:39




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 Re: Re: 450B STEERING in reply to Chuck Hilton, 04-20-2001 17:41:24  
thanks for the help. what did you find out on those rippers. they're rear mounted.



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