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10054 Clark transmission with Spicer input flange

Discussion in 'Forklifts/Telehandlers' started by Captain Nemo, Oct 1, 2021.

  1. Captain Nemo

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    Anyone know what the Spicer number is for the input or output u joint flange (same)on the Clark transmission? Circa 1997. JLG quit selling them and the JLG number is no help. Skytrak number was 8033885
     
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  2. Midnightmoon

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    What's wrong with the one you have? I know it's not great but i worked for a guy who has welded these to the shaft its sloppy. Go slow and use water to cool so you dont cook seals. if the ujoint side is sloppy you can shim weld just have to get everything tacked perfect first. Do you have model and serial of trans? Have you talked with a dealer? The newer ones have been updated to a new part number
     
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    Jlg/Skytrak quit stocking the yoke. No help there. The stops for the u joint caps are worn. The shaft from the engine to the trans is high speed and is vibrating quite a bit at idle. I road the machine quite a bit and I am afraid that this excess vibrating will eat up the input shaft bearing.
    . Parts book says than a output flanges are the same.
    I found a machinist here in town that says he has Spicer books. I think that I will pull one off and do some measurements with him and see if we can get a.Spicer number. If it becomes unobtainable I will resort to welding and machining.
    Thanks for the suggestion s.
     
  4. Midnightmoon

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    I can look up parts through transmission side if I had trans model and serial. . A machinist can easily fix the one you have
     
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    Clark 3 speed transmission
    12.2 MHR 18363-3
    S/N WBEA 435764
    Skytrak part number for the whole transmission is 8841025
    Got anything?
     
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    Are these numbers any good for you?
     
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    Thanks for a reply midnightmoon
     
  8. icestationzebra

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    Make sure the issue isn't with the coupling. I don't recall the specifics but Sky Trak had an issue with those coming apart and changed the design in the early 2000's.