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Happy New 955L Owner With Questions

Discussion in 'Track Loaders (NOT CTL)' started by leadfarmer, Dec 17, 2019.

  1. Old Magnet

    Old Magnet Senior Member

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  2. leadfarmer

    leadfarmer Well-Known Member

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    That 39MT looks like it would of been sweet. Oh well, next time.

    The 40MT is in with the help of a neighbor. No way was that going in without help. Had to drop the small pans under the engine and push it up while the neighbor put the bolts in. It cranks fast and in the right direction. Glad thats done.
     
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  3. charles walton

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    I had one off of my 13x 955L a few years ago by a retired Cat fuel system guy that has been doing fuel pumps for many years and it cost me $800 but his quote was like yours,it depends on what it takes,so I came out lucky too.
     
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  4. charles walton

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    I'm thinking this is where you're getting air.
     
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  5. leadfarmer

    leadfarmer Well-Known Member

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    No issues since I replaced the hand pump. Ran it all day yesterday until dinner time.
     
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