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140G transmission cable removal?

Discussion in 'Motor Graders' started by ben46a, Feb 5, 2014.

  1. ben46a

    ben46a Senior Member

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    How in the frig do I get the control cables off the transmission in an 82ish 140G?
     
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    You have to take 2 bolts out of a plate that holds the 2 cable sleeves into the trans. When you pulls the sleeves out of the trans far enough they will unhook from the spool eyes. Then take the 5/8 jam nuts off at the sleeve and slide the cable thru it.
     
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    Ahh okay makes sense now, had the plate pulled back and the sleeves wiggling, but was unsure and didnt want to break anything. Thank you!
     
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    The sleeves have orings on and may pull out kinda hard.