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CMI milling machine

Discussion in 'Mills' started by Lewis12, Feb 17, 2016.

  1. Lewis12

    Lewis12 Well-Known Member

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    This is one them older orange color type models with the big drum in the middle. Just wondering if anybody had issues with the wheels won't line up. Back wheels fine but my fronts won't line up.
     
  2. Lewis12

    Lewis12 Well-Known Member

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    Its a CMI rs-500 model 1994
     
  3. Bls repair

    Bls repair Well-Known Member

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    Can this machine ,crab, duel axle, single ,axle steer.
     
  4. laycobeau

    laycobeau Well-Known Member

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    If this is still active I can help
     
  5. Milling Boy

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    CMI RS500 is a rubber tire soil stabilizer, not a tracked milling machine. It can't crabwalk.
     
  6. laycobeau

    laycobeau Well-Known Member

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    O S M can
     
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  7. laycobeau

    laycobeau Well-Known Member

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    Sorry I forgot you. I think it needed calibrated or new sensors. contact this man he knows ten time more than me about the units. I only repair the microcontrollers. shawn.prater@bomag.com