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The rear end took five quarts. I pulled the drain plug real quick to see what was in there, it looked good. The front of the front axle was still nasty, so I didn’t pull the plug yet. But, pressure washed it yesterday. So will be able to do it next time, it was still too wet yesterday.


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October 27th, 2018, 8:13 am
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I marked the wheels for easy alignment putting them back on, after working on the brakes. It’s an odd bolt pattern.


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October 27th, 2018, 8:31 am
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A casualty of working on the steering manifold and unloading valve, put a crack in the copper air line going from compressor to the tank. I took the line off and brought it down with me, need a sample to get a new one.


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October 27th, 2018, 8:43 am
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Located all the filters, this is the engine. The transmission and steering filters are underneath, and on their sides. I’m thinking changing them will be a big mess. I remember changing them on Army trucks, but they were right side up. The bucket hydraulics only has the tank filter.


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October 27th, 2018, 8:56 am
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The drop of oil visible in the center of the picture is on the bottom of the steering hydraulic control valve, under the floor. We put new seals in it already, not sure why it’s leaking. Now that it’s running I will look at it while running. Maybe it’s a hose. Or maybe the metal parts are too worn to seal, dunno. It wouldn’t be such a big problem if it wasn’t directly above the parking brake drum, it’s putting oil inside the drum. Luckily I don’t have the re lined shoes back in there yet. I just got new springs, but will wait until the leak is fixed.


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October 27th, 2018, 9:15 am
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Hey with dirt in the bucket your loader is a loader!

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October 27th, 2018, 1:25 pm
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Changed the fuel filters.

At one point I had it warming up, and the RPMs dropped and it died shortly after. Then would only start and die. I thought I would have to wait and ask my diesel mechanic friend. Then I was underneath looking at something else, and noticed the fuel line under the tank was kinked. It had got caught on something and pulled to the side when I lowered it back down after working on the steer cylinders and spool valve. I straightened it back out, and it’s back to normal now.


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October 27th, 2018, 1:31 pm
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Dan90FSB wrote:
Hey with dirt in the bucket your loader is a loader!


Yeah, it felt good to actually use it!

Itching to get the brakes working, then I can really use it.

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October 27th, 2018, 1:33 pm
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Jacked up the rear to try and get the rear axle articulation pin back in, it would only go through two of the three plates though. It’s off about an eighth of an inch to the side, I didn’t have a helper to turn the steering wheel while I pry on it.


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October 27th, 2018, 2:52 pm
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The plate that retains the lower articulation nut was missing, and the nut loose. I got a wrench and tightened it, Also made a sketch of what I need to make. Dropped one end of the driveshaft, because it was in the way. The nut was kind of buggered up, so I had to debur it first. I have the means to make the plate. It’ll have a hex shaped hole in the middle, and two holes for the bolts (5/8-11).


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October 27th, 2018, 7:44 pm
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Tried to remove the front wheels, to get to the brakes. I have all of the lug bolts out of one wheel, but it’s stuck in place. Hitting it with a sledgehammer didn’t do any good, driving up and back while turning the wheel didn’t do any good either. I couldn’t drive it much at all though, the lower radiator hose sprung a leak. Another casualty of working in proximity to it, on the rear pin. I’m thinking next time put the new hoses on, add antifreeze, dig the bucket in and push. I’m thinking that’ll work, my friend suggests pushing from the frame with a hydraulic jack. I saw a YouTube video with the same problem on the same loader. They broke a winch cable pulling to the side, then got it loose driving on it. It has thirteen 3/4-10 lug bolts, grade eight.

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October 27th, 2018, 9:10 pm
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Winch cable breaks at 4:55.
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=GYHrP5GfUmk&t=10s

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October 27th, 2018, 9:20 pm
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I added 25 gallons of hydraulic fluid to bring both the steering and bucket tanks up to proper level. Had to clean out both the petcocks on the bucket tank, they were clogged. Broke the 3/4 ratchet internal mechanism trying to loosen the lug bolts, it is the Thorsen 3/4 with round head and knob. Went out to the nearest auto parts and bought a breaker bar. Still had a very long cheater, and most went POW when it broke loose. Also added diesel injector cleaner and the remaining fuel I had siphoned in order to swing the tank out of the way.

The rear axle has two articulation pins, this is the front one. It also had the plate welded to the pin break off, they welded another plate to capture the pin. I need to do the same thing to the rear pin. I cleaned this up more after the picture.


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October 27th, 2018, 10:22 pm
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Old and new bucket tilt hose, it had a fair leak. That’s the last bucket system leak I know of.


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October 29th, 2018, 4:44 pm
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Someone watching my thread on another forum made these for me, without my asking. :yes:


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