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    Now I understand! I was wondering why you would want to make Prariedog holes bigger. For this bullet activated booby trap, Tannerite is ideal. Anything more potent would be harder to hit due to the smaller size.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pinsandpitons View Post
    Exactly the kind of response I was hoping for. Thank you. Three questions, first what does letting it sit for a while have to do with anything? Second, Wouldn’t a plugged vent just make the cylinder sluggish but still functional? Third were you able to get at this vent and paint without tilting the cab?
    If was not sitting, there could still be pressure on the back side of the piston although not likely. The vent was completely plugged which makes the cylinder go in a little until air leaks by the piston and makes the cylinder extend. I was able to remove the cylinder from under the back of the cab without tilting.

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    We invite you´re all to have a break between all that work.

    Have a look at https://www.steelsoldiers.com/showth...-May-VOTE-HERE!

    As a SEE owner we need some support.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Migginsbros View Post
    We invite you´re all to have a break between all that work.

    Have a look at https://www.steelsoldiers.com/showth...-May-VOTE-HERE!

    As a SEE owner we need some support.

    SEE exercise 006.jpg IMG_6484.jpg
    Voted for you but the old International wrecker is going to be hard to beat. Good luck anyways.
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    1993 M998 2-man troop carrier - SOLD
    MEP002A generator
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    F52483EA-0CC4-48B4-B648-43BDF508FAEE.jpgFlu419 arrived with fan unattached and no bolts. Anyone have info on pitch of threads for fan attach? Can’t find pitch thread anywhere in TM’s. I see bolt called out but can’t determine pitch. Thanks for help.

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    For sure its metric.
    Following the e-parts catalog it´s metric 10 with a regular pitch of 1.5mm.
    Bolt lenghts could differ between 45mm up to 80mm.
    We tryed to find out , took the hood off but could not reach them.
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    Thanks for checking. The 1.5 don’t seem to fit. Could just be rust. I’ll try 1.25 and see if any better.

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    I'm impressed. After sitting for about a year and a half, I wanted to clear out a parking space in the garage and went to try to start the HME.
    It fired right up! I mean within two seconds of hitting the starter button.

    That was obviously good...not good was that I'd forgot about the still hooked up low air pressure shrieker.
    One brake reservoir needed to be topped off, and the hydraulic tank shows low, DSCN1975[1].jpgbut that was about it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Iowaunimog View Post
    Thanks for checking. The 1.5 don’t seem to fit. Could just be rust. I’ll try 1.25 and see if any better.
    We recived today one ordered bolt for the fan.
    It´s regular metric.M10 x 1.5 and 80mm long. It´s a better strength 10.9 bolt that is like Grade 8 with 6 lines on head.

    The SEE engine no. 353.999 is not listed but we are shure it´s the same thread at the crankshaft flange like all the other 352/353 6Zyl.
    What did you find out? Is your thread damaged?

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