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TickyB

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  1. New filters all round. Diesel engine no gas? thanks but I’ve checked and it is flowing freely back into the tank
  2. Yeah thanks for your help
  3. My machine is very hard to start when cold. Takes a long time and much cranking to get fuel through to the injectors. Once started she runs fine from idle to 3/4 max throttle, but starts missing on full throttle. There is a build up of air in the secondary filter. I’ve double checked all fittings and hoses and can’t find the reason for this air buildup. Any tips on what may be the cause of the difficulty in starting. I’ve been told these machines are notoriously difficult to start, but until recently mine hasn’t been too bad?
  4. What is the recommended transmission oil for the TD9B power shift?
  5. Thanks again Louie. It’s a bit hard to read but looks like the number is 18174. cheers
  6. That’s the same setup as mine Louie thanks it is the the transmission oil cooler that is damaged as you said. Can you send me the legend for the rest of the plumbing parts? Also the manual I have says there are two oil coolers and there is space for two on the front of the radiator? Thanks again for clearing this up for me.
  7. Yeah when I get the radiator and cooler back next week (hopefully) I’ll post some pics thanks Louie
  8. Thanks for that Louie but on my TD9B the cooler in front of the radiator was definitely connected to the hydraulic oil system? so now I’m totally confused ?
  9. Fair enough mate but was radiator repair man and he asked me the question. Only hydraulics are on the blade and ripper so why should the oil get that hot that it needs cooling? Fair question this dickhead thinks. it can be repaired.
  10. I have damaged the oil cooler on my TD9B. How critical is the hydraulic oil cooler and can I work my machine by bypassing the cooler?
  11. Does anyone have a diagram of the throttle setup for the TD9B power shift crawler?
  12. The left one in the pic below is the upper, the other is the lower which I don’t have a number for.
  13. do you have a part number for the lower air filter? the number on mine is not legible.
  14. Yeah I’ve got the manual thanks Louie.
  15. Ok I’ll see if I can get one thanks for the advice mate.
  16. Sorry Steve I missed this post. the straps are made out of spring steel same thickness so I hope they’re ok?
  17. I’m in Tasmania. would it be too much to hope that if I put the engine back in with the same shims that the alignment should be ok? that tool looks a bit daunting to me!
  18. Thanks Steve but I was able to get some made up locally. Did yours just give way due to age or was your engine out of alignment?
  19. I have the TD9B repair manual which I got online for free. Does anyone know where I can get a copy of the Operator’s Manual?
  20. So are you saying you can replace the straps without removing the engine?
  21. Also I’m wondering why did the straps break? Did they get too hot due to low oil level? Although the oil level was not overly low, any ideas?
  22. Well I’ve got the engine out and found the straps were broken. I note that there were 3 straps at each bolt. And is it all I need to do is replace these?
  23. Thanks guys Are the straps easily replaced, can they be made by a machine shop?
  24. Has anyone replaced or repaired the torque converter on their TD9B?
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