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bummer on the leak. Hopefully it will be leak free on the next attempt.

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November 28th, 2018, 7:31 am
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Yeah, I dunno. Maybe the seal was damaged going in, it wasn’t an easy install. We didn’t have a socket the right size to contact the metal part of the seal fully. I will next time. Or maybe the fit isn’t right between yoke and seal?? It’s a Terex seal with the part number the book says to use. The sealing surface on the yoke looked good. Maybe it’s leaking past the splines? It doesn’t have a nut, it has two threaded holes in the end of the shaft. There’s a plate with two holes that retains it. The plate looked worn on the seal side, we turned it around and used silicone. I’ll know more next time.

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November 28th, 2018, 8:19 am
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The transfer output is like this, it doesn’t have a big nut on it. It’s leaking past the seal though, not the splines. My mechanic friend thinks the spring may have popped off the back of the seal, I didn’t think of that possibility. He wants to take off the retainer the seal is installed into, and look at it from the back side.


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November 29th, 2018, 10:01 pm
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I still can’t figure out where the block heater goes, I think what I got is for a later engine. The people selling these things are no help. Well almost no help, their product information says it replaces the water jacket plate on the side of the engine. They have two options, with and without water cooled compressor. Mine is water cooled. So I think if I follow the hose back from the compressor, it will go to where this thing installs at. It’s just a pipe fitting though. I can’t find anything with two bolts like this.

So I guess the question is, what/where is the water jacket plate? I don’t have engine manuals for this yet, the machine manuals only show a limited amount of engine stuff. It might show what I need to know, I will look.


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November 30th, 2018, 9:09 pm
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This is what I found when I got there, plus there were three new trees down parallel to the loader just downhill. Three new ones across the main road, and two new ones across my lower road. And, I came in from the top in the snow. Neighbors came in from the bottom, and had to cut through twenty trees to do it. They were in a two wheel drive, going to drain the water in their cabin. I pulled them to their driveway, above ours, and got them turned around. It is raining trees, doh! I dropped another 9-10 in the area I want to move it to. Loader is ready to move, and another 3 day break in the weather is coming.

Edit: In the 3rd image you can see the air cleaner bonnet was damaged by the tree, already got a replacement.


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December 5th, 2018, 7:54 am
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How rude of that tree to take out your tire stand!

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December 6th, 2018, 9:06 pm
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Dan90FSB wrote:
How rude of that tree to take out your tire stand!


Wut?

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December 6th, 2018, 10:33 pm
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Both front wheels are back on, the tripod actually did pretty good. Just had to walk it in a few times. In the closeup pic you can see a guide pin starting onto a hole, they made it a whole lot easier.


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December 6th, 2018, 11:29 pm
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California Monkey wrote:
bummer on the leak. Hopefully it will be leak free on the next attempt.


Leak free now, the seal was torn. Oops! Installed new seal.

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December 7th, 2018, 12:36 pm
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I drilled the hex plate mounting bolts for safety wires, I don’t want it lost again.


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December 7th, 2018, 12:41 pm
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The tree broke the door handle off, already ordered a new one.


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December 9th, 2018, 10:51 am
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You can see a branch between the tire and “grabber”, it was to keep the grabber from shifting over and coming out of the rim on the back side. I made the grabber too wide, doh! On the second wheel we left out one of the two bolts holding the two grabber halves together, so it closed in on the wheel. Worked well.


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December 9th, 2018, 11:03 am
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I verified both bolt holes are lined up in the hex plate, need to chase the threads though. Need a bottom tap, don’t have one in that size. And the heavy washers I got are good thickness to clear the weld, and not too big around to fit in there.

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December 13th, 2018, 9:22 am
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The bonnet was a half inch small. Turns out the right one was sold to me, but wrong one pulled off the shelf. Already exchanged.


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December 13th, 2018, 4:59 pm
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I safety wired some bolts on my cross member that we’re notorious for coming loose. Been great ever since! Sometime it’s old school tech that works just fine.

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