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Bobcatdan has contributed to 834 out of 76,904 total posts (1.08% of total).
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Re: T200 aux problem 10/26/2014 4:42:38 PM   (Total replies: 1)
Swap the stems and see if the problem switches. If it does, replace the stem, cleaning never works. If the problem stays the same, I would look to the handle being the problem.

Re: T200 aux problem 10/26/2014 7:51:45 PM   (Total replies: 1)
The stem is the name for the vavles that control the spool. Remove the top nut and the coil should slide off. Sometimes they stick on pretty good. With the coil off, use deep well socket to remove the stem

Re: T200 aux problem 10/27/2014 2:40:55 PM   (Total replies: 1)
You must just be better then me. Cleaning them has either didn't work or came back to bite me. I simple don't mess with them anymore, they are getting replaced.

Re: T200 aux problem 10/29/2014 5:01:28 PM   (Total replies: 0)
Normally, it is a tiny bit of metal that jams them. It is actually pretty common on new machines to have one stick in the first 20 hours. A300 were the worst. Almost every new one I had to replace the entire steer vavle block because one stem after another would stick.

Re: Man, Do I Feel Stupid! 10/29/2014 5:47:24 AM   (Total replies: 1)
You do not need to remove the front chains with tracks. Yes running OTT all the time will put added stress on the entire drive train. Removing the front chains would only put more stress on the rear causing excellerated wear on the rear, probably snapping them prematurely.

Re: Problem with unit hopping or have a chatter when beginning to dig 10/26/2014 10:09:43 AM   (Total replies: 1)
Probably need new tracks. Some track machines are so bad, it will rattle teeth you didn't know you had.

Re: 763 fuel tank under engine removal 10/27/2014 5:56:01 PM   (Total replies: 0)
The lifting bracket is not worth the time. I haven't used it years. I use a cherry picker to pull engines and hook the chain real tight.

Re: 763 fuel tank under engine removal 10/28/2014 4:09:54 AM   (Total replies: 1)
Easiest to pull the whole she bang. Just pulling the engine is a pain. A lot of bolts that are hard to get at just pulling the engine.

Re: 763 fuel tank under engine removal 10/25/2014 3:34:48 PM   (Total replies: 1)
Pull engine and hydrostat out. Lift tank out. Little better then a day job to do.

Re: 763 fuel tank under engine removal 10/25/2014 5:10:49 PM   (Total replies: 1)
I don't think it would be worth the trouble. I'd first find out where the leak is. Could be as simple as a leaking seal around the fuel sender, rubbed threw breather hose or a loose clamp on the filler hose. If the tank is cracked on top and you can get to it, I have had luck with tank patch kits.

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