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Cmark's random photo thread

Discussion in 'Shop Talk' started by Cmark, Jul 13, 2019.

  1. Nige

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    It was a relatively new machine as I recall. Certainly less than 10k hours. What made us laugh was that we lost a deal for a 2nd 994 at that site because of poor availability of the customer’s existing machine, then this happened to the L1850 that was bought instead.
     
  2. Cmark

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    I put the last one in especially for hosspuller and welder dave.
     
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    What was wrong with the jet ?
     
  5. Cmark

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    Main bearing oil seal replacement and two yearly clean and antifoul.

    The port side just got the cleanup. The seal was OK.
     
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  6. 92U 3406

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  8. Cmark

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    Oooh, an embarassing 797 engine whoopsie. What happened..? Didn't they chain it down..?
     
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    Apparently not. I came back from a late call that night and that happened right in front of our shop while I was taking my coveralls off. Saw the aftermath while I was walking out the gate to go home.
     
  11. Nige

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    At least the engine didn't tip over. Now that would have been expensive ......
     
  12. Cmark

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    What was the deal with the permanent custom tow bar?
     
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    Love all the pics!

    How much was that cooler worth ?
     
  17. Cmark

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    It's actually a push bar. The machine's a reclaimer mixer and the bar is to push along the water/emulsion truck at a steady pace. The customer wanted something permanent but stowable for transport.

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  18. Cmark

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    It looks like a section of an AMOCS radiator leaning against the back of a 980 ish size machine. We repaired some fire damage to an 825H and I think it may be from that. Not a clue on the cost I'm afraid.
     
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    You're missing the apprentice on the end of that torque wrench!
     
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