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John C.
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John C.

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John C. was last seen:
Aug 25, 2019 at 3:58 AM
    1. Colton Thorsell
      Colton Thorsell
      Hey john I had some questions about a pc75uu2 I’m buying so you have any knowledge of them?
      1. John C.
        John C.
        I haven't done much work to those. The didn't have the same computer systems in them. I don't recall if I had a code list for those machines. I think they had a plastic fuel tank in them under the cab so make sure you don't smell any diesel around or in the cab. To work on the engine you for the most part had to remove the counterweight.
        Aug 9, 2019
    2. happylogger1957
      happylogger1957
      looking for advice with a 460 timberjack skidder, it wont go into 2nd or 4th gear who do I ask? thanks
    3. Brian Bobb
      Brian Bobb
      Hey John, can you help me out with a PC300 that has no movements what so ever? Checked the safety solenoid, LS-EPC solenoids, and they are working. What could be the possible cause? P.S we've changed the pump and the same results.
    4. 59muskeg
      59muskeg
      Good evening John. Have you ever seen a pc150lc-6 with no tag at the base of the cab ? Not even holes where the rivits used to hold a tag. Strange. The only tag I can find is the one in my attachment inside the house.
      Also I am replacing the Arm/Boom pin, bushings, seals & shims.
    5. 59muskeg
      59muskeg
      Good morning John. The question regarding my PC150lc-6 should be posted. I could see the Komatsu style quick couplings. Looking at the manifold from the compartment door there are 4 of them in a vertical line in the left vertical row. I believe it's the top 4.
    6. 59muskeg
      59muskeg
      John are you familiar with changing the pilot control pattern on a PC150LC-6 ? Trying to find out which 4 hoses to swap on the manifold. Thank you
      1. John C.
        John C.
        I have a diagram and photos of the pilot control manifold that shows the standard position of the controls. The Dash 6 pilot lines had quick couplers so they are easy to change. Why don't you post your question on the forum and I'll put up the info for all to see.
        Jan 12, 2019
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    7. Lbsmith
      Lbsmith
      Hello sir had a few questions about a Td8e could u email me lbs39401@gmail.com or call me 6015436583 at ur convenience thanks.
    8. Oren
      Oren
      pbmps540@gmail.com
      Thanks John , I would sure like to have any maintaince info on this machine. It is old and much worn out. The front track idlers are shot but cant afford to replace. Any info would be greatly appreciated.
    9. Robert Nixon
      Robert Nixon
      Hi I wonder if u could tell me how to reset the service now light on a case cx130 track digger
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    Location:
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