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Old 06-06-2017, 08:16 PM
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Instead of traditional repair methods something from Henkel might solve your slop problem:



http://www.na.henkel-adhesives.com/u...F_LR881364.pdf



Much love for welding and machining but tech has come a long way. You can contact customer service if in doubt. Not enough people think in terms of industrial solutions. I look at those first even if I choose a traditional method later because the options are interesting.



I've not used Loctite 660 but the price isn't bad:



https://www.amazon.com/Loctite-Quick.../dp/B001GSKUZU


Thanks for the suggestion. It probably would not hurt to try locktite if I decide to run it as is. Buddy will let me know tomorrow if he has other options for me.


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So Brian, if one side went out, how much wear do you see on the other? After all that time to pull and remove things to get at a problem on one side....................I'd be thinking about pre-fixes.

Looks like one involved job with all of the hydraulics alone. But you guys just amaze me with abilities.

Hope the parts find their way to your house in a timely fashion.


Lee, the other side looks great. I pulled that motor to get the hoses off to replace them. They would be going in short matter of time anyways. But the sprocket and shaft is good on the other side. I am thinking that the bad side got some water in the oil and was low and that is what caused the shaft to pit and wear out.

But have found some wheel bearings that I need to replace too. I guess it will have more new parts than I was planning on, but should be good for a while then!

1st 2 pics is other motor, 3rd pic is bad motor shaft.

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New shaft ordered today for $150. Be about 6 weeks to get. Or a used motor for $500, but no guarantee on that working. Guess I have time to find other bearings to replace!


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New shaft ordered today for $150. Be about 6 weeks to get. Or a used motor for $500, but no guarantee on that working. Guess I have time to find other bearings to replace!


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Isn't it normal for a quick repair to grow into a major job???
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Suggestions for cleaning the chain and gear compartment on the skid loader. There is some grudge in the bottom of the compartments for the drive wheels, and I would like to clean it out. I am thinking diesel fuel to loosen it up and then suck it back out and then wipe down what I can reach before filling back with gear lube, or whatever is recommended. I have to tear the other side apart to replace a bad wheel bearing, so time for some preventive maintenance. (Words not spoken much by me).



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Update. Finally got the drive motor back last Sunday. The shaft had one in the previous Friday, and buddy put it in on Sunday. Finally got to put it together Saturday. Found a broke chain master link on opposite side, so had to go to town to pick that up. Did some cussing trying to get the new hoses hooked up to the motors. The old ones were showing a lot of wear, so changed them out.

Have to get a new alternator. Tore old one apart and cleaned it up. Had a lot of corrosion, but still could not get it to produce any power. So going to get a new one. It was new probably a year or two before it broke down 4 years ago, so sitting did not do it any good. Found another hydraulic hose that is leaking, so will take care of that next week.


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