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    FLU419 SEE HMMH HME Owners group

    Could definitely be crusty linkages leading to the loader control valve body. I think I have 2 or 3 extra loader control/lever assemblies. Let me know if you need one. I know it's been awhile guys - I've had no SEEs to work on! Check "parts for sale" as I'm dumping SEE stuff pretty cheap.
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    FLU419 SEE HMMH HME Owners group

    @ justacitizen Here's what I gathered testing with a GPS. Obviously for lower gears the speed could vary 1mph, but I kept it pretty consistent. More accurate values will need to be calculated by checking the product of engine speed and gear ratios. The low-split appears to be about 0.8 of...
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    FLU419 SEE HMMH HME Owners group

    I will go test this today or tomorrow if no one else beats me to it. Been rather curious about that myself. Forward to reverse and back is done by using the main range selector. When you get a hang of it you can get pretty quick at shuttling back and forth, just be careful with your...
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    Issues with SF-97

    SO.... Are we ever going to get our SF-97's? I have trucks purchased at the end of May that I've still not received forms for. Funny how quickly I had to pay for all the things I won at auction, and how quickly they needed to be picked up... They are not holding up their end of the sale...
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    SEE backhoe / HMMH crane compatibility

    Got your message. Keep me posted about the spare crane if you get parts from that unit, as I do think I may have someone who would like. Correct on the mount. I had to go take a peek outside. Have a HMMH parts rig, but the crane was stripped pretty bare from the get-go. Thanks!
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    SEE backhoe / HMMH crane compatibility

    Anyone know if the crane from the hmmh can be swapped over to a SEE tractor? I know it's unlikely to find one but just curious. I see in the TMs that the rear pump of hmmh is 14GPM @ 1100 Rpms. Is that lower flow simply due to lower engine rpms, or does the hmmh actually have a different pump...
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    FLU 419 SEE wiring diagram will hopefully be loaded in Misc Technical Manual Forum

    On that note... I have about 1/3 of the diagnostics harness mapped out. It's not worth it folks. If you have the chance (cab up), pull it. It's just clutter in a (for it's time) highly complicated machine. i believe it to be wired in parallel in its entirety. This is consistent with a simple...
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    SEE bugs: Electrical: No power issue with fresh batteries

    Got it figured folks. I now know more than I ever wanted about FLU wiring. It it isn't a positive answer, but believe it came down to the ground connection next to the #2 noise suppression filter. It was not completely tight. I suspect that during cold weather, not enough contact was made to...
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    SEE bugs: Electrical: No power issue with fresh batteries

    Little update. Thanks FLU farm (have a couple wheels for you, but I must figure this out first). This SEE is completely temperature dependent. It will NOT work sub-20 (I've been able to test more accurately with infrared gun). It does indeed seem that when engine block (just trying to keep...
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    SEE bugs: Electrical: No power issue with fresh batteries

    The only thought I have left is to trace the power wire of the 24v/50A relay (under alternator) all the way back to the battery and see if there is a loose connection or damaged wire. Since the relay is functional, this is about the only thing I have left. Hopefully solved. Hard to do right...
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    SEE bugs: Electrical: No power issue with fresh batteries

    Hi guys, Very strange issue I've been chasing for awhile now. I won't try to influence how you see it, but I will say I've tried about everything. Here are the symptoms and what I've done so far. Machine starts very well and runs well. Voltmeter pegs under 24v before start and until...
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    Startiing Seperate threads on SEE bugs ?

    I realize this is an issue as well. I've had many problems while working on and selling these and have plenty to share. If we can get it better organized we'd all be better off. In the meantime I'll try to be somewhat systematic in any "problem" posts I create.
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    FLU419 SEE HMMH HME Owners group

    I second the fire extinguisher in the cab idea. I think I will provide them with the trucks I sell, though clearly I check over wiring to avoid such mishaps. Super-cool tip.... make sure no wires and connections are hanging down by the exhaust pipe where the heat shield is under the driver...
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    FLU419 SEE HMMH HME Owners group

    If anyone has wheels for sale in the NW USA, I'd love to buy. Have some decent tires to put on them for spares. Let me know. Not ready to pay $300+ apiece for fresh ones, mostly due to the likely high shipping costs
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    FLU419 SEE HMMH HME Owners group

    Heh we must be sick to want more of these... but seriously... I hope there are still some decent ones to come out of there. Salute to General Hood: The FLU419 wiring diagram is awesome. Also great in the sense that these machines can still fit their wiring onto a poster that size. Id hate...
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    FLU419 SEE HMMH HME Owners group

    My how this thread has run over the past few months. I had to marathon it just to get into the last 20 pages. Great to see interest in these. Big thanks to General Hood for the electrical diagrams. Should be nice, though the rat damage has made me mildly familiar with the...
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    FLU419 SEE HMMH HME Owners group

    @ Skidpad I've gotten a set of the XZLs from CSM army tires out of ALA. I think for the money it's hard to beat, but yeah, price aside, I hear the Contis are pretty amazing general purpose tires. I have a SEE client with the 90% XZLs in Bozeman and a SEE client with the Conti MPT-81's in...
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    CASE M35C valve sections

    I'm not sure I've seen another model number on the hoe. So it's from a 580C? That helps big! So much for "Mr SEE"... Have had 7 of them and for some reason always thought was from a 580k. Thanks guys
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    CASE M35C valve sections

    Thanks for the responses. Get spoiled finding everything with search engines... Actually had to do some footwork. Not sure if I found M35C sections, but **** used ones can still go for a good chunk of dough. Keep your fluid clean!!
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    CASE M35C valve sections

    Hey gents, Did some searching here and in the vast interwebs and didn't find too much on what one might pay for a valve section off our beloved M35C backhoe valve body. Seems all the older CASE parts don't show up on many of the parts sites (or aren't available). I'm doing some experimenting...
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