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terex 72-51aa operators manual

Discussion in 'Wheel Loaders' started by Dinosaur, Feb 21, 2020.

  1. mountainguyed67

    mountainguyed67 Senior Member

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    Looks good. Seem to be missing some though, mine has seven.

    1. Engine pressure.
    2. Engine temperature.
    3. Fuel.
    4. Amps.
    5. Transmission pressure.
    6. Transmission temperature.
    7. Air pressure.

    Which ones are you missing?

    I have the rubber seal you’re gonna need to replace that broken windshield. It wasn’t available by the foot, I bought a whole roll. It’s because the cab is 1/4 inch thick, not thin sheet metal like a car. I’ll sell you what you need.
     
  2. Dinosaur

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    I have engine temp and pressure, transmission temp and pressure and voltage instead of amps. Dipping the tank is my fuel gauge. I have a air gauge tucked up behind to check if i have trouble. Havent even looked into window replacement yet because i have to move a bunch of dirt on the farm here and i going to put it to work right away
     
  3. mountainguyed67

    mountainguyed67 Senior Member

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    So you got it covered.

    Mine has 8 if you count the hour meter.

    I wish it had a tach.
     
  4. Dinosaur

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    Yes a tach would be realy nice especialy for setting the governor
     
  5. Adamwedrych

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    Hello every one,
    I just bought loader 1975 Terex 72-51, the machine is in pretty rough shape. do any one know where to find Manual Service Book & Parts Book???
    Old machine need parts, any IDEA where can I find it? New Used any parts.
    Please let m
     
  6. mountainguyed67

    mountainguyed67 Senior Member

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    Sycamore can print and ship you the manuals, or you could opt for the computer version. 1(812) 477-2266

    One place that helps me with parts is Hulco 1(816) 690-4577

    In the past a Terex dealer sold me parts, but they said they couldn’t anymore. I haven’t found another.

    You might find the manuals on eBay, there are a lot. Just be careful that it’s the correct year.
     
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  7. Adamwedrych

    Adamwedrych Member

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    Thank you very much for info,
    Im sure I gonna need more help from you guys, just order manual and parts book,
    Bucket Levers works very hard, what do you guys thing? Is the linkage or valve,
    Any one had same problem? Maybe is normal for this machine, Noo, the levers works very very hard, I have to force it,
    Please let me know
    Thanx
     
  8. mountainguyed67

    mountainguyed67 Senior Member

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    I haven’t had anything like that, both levers are the same way? They have a linkage to the control valve, could possibly be that. I’d start by making sure the linkages move freely, before working on the valve. We resealed my valve a few years ago, it’s in my loader thread. My valve was leaking, no other problems.
     
  9. Adamwedrych

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    Any idea where to buy all the seals for the valve, the wiper is weird, my local supplier never see this type of wipers,
    Can i get all set for this valve, do u know the part #
    Pls let me know
    Thanx
     
  10. mountainguyed67

    mountainguyed67 Senior Member

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    It all had to come from Terex, sizes are unique too as far as I could tell.