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  1. Ok pede thanks I haven't ran it much like this the decelerator was unhooked when I got the machine so I hooked it back up but the it started to act like it wasn't letting the machine go to wot that's when I unhooked the linkage again. When I had seals put in the throttle housing I lost my reference marks when I first hooked everything back up it sounded like it was turning to many rooms so I readjusted it just going by sound. I did have a straight pipe on it then. I am planning on adjusting the throttle linkage per the specs in the manual and see where it is then. I will hook up a rpm meter wh
  2. I shift after coming to a complete stop with out decelerating it's a pedal steer machine so the middle pedal act as a decelerator and a brake. I just removed that linkage so it was a brake only. It doesn't shift hard from forward to reverse. I worked for a company right out of highschool in the early 90s they had a whole fleet of ihc/dresser equipment. We had 4 175c and as best as remember none of them accept a 1998 175c had a decelerator pedal. I could easily hook mine back up when I check the pressures. I had thought that it was hanging up not letting the machine run full throttle. I will ch
  3. Ok thanks I changed all of the filters on it a while back just for matinence. I did find some debris in the suction screen and filter. Looked like some metal and bronze looking material. The main frame oil looked fine so I haven't changed it. I just thought that if it had a screen on the bottom of the torque converter that I would need to drain the oil to remove it. I did see in the service records where the hydraulic pump had to be resealed do to leaking into the transmission. Thanks again
  4. Ok thanks I need to get it back going to finish up on job I'm doing in my spare time. Thanks again
  5. Also isn't there a strainer on the bottom of the converter I haven't checked it yet I just wanted to be sure of the pressures before I drain the main frame oil.
  6. Ok thanks do you know the pressures for the transmission. It has test ports under the floor pans. I am going to call jensales or check e-bay for a service manual and parts manual. Thanks
  7. On another note it is basically the same as a 250c only change was going to a L10 cummins motor. The rest of it is the same as the C model. Thanks for any help
  8. It has the hi/low range selector but not the two speed steering as was on the lever steer dozers. It's a pedal steer machine. The center brake pedal also acted as a decelerator but I have removed that linkage I didn't really like it like that.
  9. Thanks the manual refers me to the 250c chassis manual so I am sure it is the same torque converter and transmission. It dose have a l10 cummins in it. I almost wonder is when I had the throttle housing off having seal put in it my reference marks got lost. So I thought maybe it was a issue there with the governor and could be adjusted. Another thought I have is it could be a internal leak In the torque converter let oil build up and retarding the pressure. I will check the pressures on everything as soon as I get a chance and go from there. Thanks again
  10. I have a 1988 Dresser 250E I am having trouble with the machine getting slow won't it will barley back up any kind of slope it just barley crawls. When you put the bucket in the ground to dig it barely moves it sound like the engine is lugging down. I have check the transmission fluid and changed all of the filters. I change the fuel filters and air filters. I did replace the seals on the throttle shaft housing a while back. I am wondering if it is possible that I have the throttle shaft out of position. The machine seems slow to come up to full throttle at times. It sounds like it is running
  11. I have a 1988 Dresser 250E I am having trouble with the machine getting slow won't it will barley back up any kind of slope it just barley crawls. When you put the bucket in the ground to dig it barely moves it sound like the engine is lugging down. I have check the transmission fluid and changed all of the filters. I change the fuel filters and air filters. I did replace the seals on the throttle shaft housing a while back. I am wondering if it is possible that I have the throttle shaft out of position. The machine seems slow to come up to full throttle at times. It sounds like it is running
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