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My newest favorite mistake. HD6G

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Some progress here. Slowly getting the tracks unstuck, steering clutches still stuck. I'm not pushing them too hard, time and pressure usually works better. At least, unlike the bellhousing, they left the steering clutch compartment 'drain' plugs out. I did discover that I don't have a lot of boom down-force. I wasn't running the engine at a very high rpm as I don't have full coolant ( hose leak, waiting for oil-cooler gaskets) so I can only run for very short period. Manual describes possible a sticky spool valve part or broken/collapsed spring. I suppose a fella could have worse problems.......
Semper Fi USMC    1958 HD6G, 1959 MF 203 loader, 1960 Case 420B Backhoe, MF 65 Tractor/Loader Diesel
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