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I have this tray. I pulled it out of mine a few weeks ago. I could send it to you if you pay for shipping? Might be expensive to ship something that size.
YQuestion: how universal is the front loader mount plate, as in, is it a one-off mount, useful only for the Schmidt FL-4? Can anyone confirm it's versatility? How about versatility of the rear mount point? Thanks for any intel here.
Currently downloading and printing off 2000+ pages of 419 Tech/Unit Manuals -1, -2, and -34
I'm having a hard time determining where exactly this portal axle leak is coming from and thus how to fix it or what part I need? It's the front driver's side axle.
The other axles don't have any grease on them just the green paint. So I guess this one has been leaking for a while though I don't recall it being noticeable dripping onto the inside of the tire like it is doing right now.
4WD and Synch lock still work fine last I checked.
It's definitely an oil leak. At first I thought my omni-pee dogs had gone under there and peed on it but my first clue was that only one was wet. "Hm...they usually mark every tire....something must be up", I thought to myself.
In mine, all the hydraulic tools are Stanley. You should be able to buy a new one from Stanley, but I would look on Ebay, etc. for a used one. I've seen those tools on Ebay before. You can look at Stanley Infrastrcture and see all of the pavement breaker bits listed. Handheld Breakers | Stanley Infrastructure I'll try to take a photo of the bit you are missing sometime tomorrow.Should be standard Stanley stuff. If the jackhammer is also a Stanley, which I don't remember.
Sorry for the delay - I was unable to take the photos until today. The chisel bit has CDB USA stamped on it so it apparently isn't made by Stanley. Attached are the photos.In mine, all the hydraulic tools are Stanley. You should be able to buy a new one from Stanley, but I would look on Ebay, etc. for a used one. I've seen those tools on Ebay before. You can look at Stanley Infrastrcture and see all of the pavement breaker bits listed. Handheld Breakers | Stanley Infrastructure I'll try to take a photo of the bit you are missing sometime tomorrow.
.Alright, I did finally succeed in removing the 3-stage cylinder.
While it's in the hospital getting resealed I'll tackle that uncooperative outrigger again.
Now that I know how to do it, after a fair amount of experimentation, it's quite easy..
Anything at all you could share on how to remove it? Or maybe a picture or two? Seems that every time that I do something like that - pictures of the process get overlooked...
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