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    Quote Originally Posted by Pinsandpitons View Post
    There's a spare pulley on the crank, I could drive the new one with two belts.
    I think that Idea is a non starter, because the spare pulley is of a much smaller diameter. You might be able to break down the stack of pulley's and make them the same size, but don't count on just slapping another belt on it won't work.

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    new 419 SEE owner, Rome PA, USA. Need help w parts, needs a lift pump- I have it bypassed but want to fix that, and it overheats- what T-STAT does it take?
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    Quote Originally Posted by The FLU farm View Post
    If you find the entire loader with a bucket, which is probably far more likely, I'd be interested in the loader part.
    There is an entire loader for sale on Unimog Exchange
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    Quote Originally Posted by MadCat2 View Post
    new 419 SEE owner, Rome PA, USA. Need help w parts, needs a lift pump- I have it bypassed but want to fix that, and it overheats- what T-STAT does it take?
    Welcome to the group MadCat2

    there is lots of info on SEEs on this thread.

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    MadCat2, welcome to the thread. Greetings from overSEEs.

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    Would anyone like to express an opinion on what I should torque the bolts that hold the access cover to the transmission with a cork composite gasket. I have searched the TMs but not found anything regarding the installation of the access cover. The torque values would probably be too high anyway because the OEM was some kind of plasticized paper / fiber. I looked for an OEM but gave up fairly quickly and just made my own. For reference this is what I am talking about.

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    I am guessing around 5-10 pounds. I used a thin coat of Permatex aviation liquid sealant and added lock washers to make up for reduced torque. When I installed it I mated up the materials and put the bolts an washers on finger tight and left it set for an hour or so be for tightening 1/4 a turn at a time on opposite sides of the plate. I just tightened it enough to depress the spring in the lock washer. I did not put a torque wrench on it, just kinda guessed on what was equivalent force. I intend to go back over it with a torque wrench once I decide on a value. Any comments on the process I followed are welcome.

    As a tip to anyone that needs to do the same thing, a spent 45 ACP is perfect for cutting the bolt holes. Just line up the access cover with the gasket put the 45 in the bolt hole and give it some love with a rubber mallet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rtrask View Post
    Would anyone like to express an opinion on what I should torque the bolts that hold the access cover to the transmission with a cork composite gasket.
    I generally tighten most fasteners until they start turning freely, then back off half a turn.
    You may want to use less torque.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The FLU farm View Post
    I generally tighten most fasteners until they start turning freely, then back off half a turn.
    You may want to use less torque.
    I'm kinda dense, FLU farm, I am not sure what you mean, or if you are joking. My tendency is to over torque. When I tighten until it turns free it means I've either snapped the head, or stripped the threads. In either case backing off a half turn doesn't do me much good. But if you are not ribbing me, can you explain what you do mean?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rtrask View Post
    I'm kinda dense, FLU farm, I am not sure what you mean, or if you are joking. My tendency is to over torque. When I tighten until it turns free it means I've either snapped the head, or stripped the threads. In either case backing off a half turn doesn't do me much good. But if you are not ribbing me, can you explain what you do mean?
    Me? Ribbing you???

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    Quote Originally Posted by The FLU farm View Post
    Me? Ribbing you???
    OK, that's what I thought. I will start snapping the bolt heads off so I can determine what a half turn less is. I will go a head and buy a new roll of cork composite now. You are my hero.

    Since it is now officially on the internet it must be true.

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