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Terex 72-41 Wheel Loader


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Old 03-15-2018, 11:14:17 PM
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I gathered some parts over the winter, and am waiting for conditions to be right to go up and work on it. I was up Monday gathering more information, that part of the property is 60% snow. Lots of full coverage getting to the property though, and the forecast is snow most of the coming week.

This is a block heater, it goes left side in front of the blower. That part didnít get pressure washed, the fender wouldnít let me get the wand in there. Kind of hard to access too, next time Iím up iíll see if going in under the seat gives better access and view of it.
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Old 03-15-2018, 11:22:10 PM
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Also have an ether start system to install, I took it up there and looked at what I need to do. I plan on putting the ether bottle mount inside the cab on the left. There was only one place to connect small tubing to the air intake hose, and it already had a line going to the air filter gauge. The blower has a 3/4Ē pipe plug left and right both, I plan on seeing if I can put it in there without interference. Got the fittings already.
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Old 03-15-2018, 11:26:33 PM
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Got both fuel filters.
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Old 03-15-2018, 11:29:03 PM
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Bucket hydraulic spool valve o rings.
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Old 03-15-2018, 11:31:20 PM
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Seals and bushings for steer cylinders.
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Old 03-15-2018, 11:40:18 PM
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I donít have keys for the doors, Iím gonna see if I can modify it for this type of lock to work. With the old lock you could just undo the mounting screws, pull out the lock, and turn it with a screwdriver. This type has the screws on the inside of the door. I didnít look at it good enough to see if it would work when I was up there, weíll see. If not iíll exchange them for the same type that was on there.
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Looking at building something like this to pull off wheels and get to the wheel cylinders, using a chain hoist.
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Went up today, more snow than I thought there would be.
One of the things I looked at was changing the door locks, I donít have keys.
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The locks I got will work, but will have to be modified. I didnít take the truck all the way to the loader, because itís a sloped shelf road and that might not go well in the snow. So I didnít have power (inverter) to run the drill, didnít think to bring the battery powered drill. Will need to bring a 1Ē hole saw next time too, to make more access to attach the screws.

If I'm gonna put the ether injector on the side of the blower I need to add fittings to back it off more, it'll hit the fan otherwise.

Found out the heater fan works, the wire attaching screws were loose. I broke one of the tabs off when tightening the screw, so iíll get a new toggle and add it to the box. The fan makes noise when switching speeds or turning it off, but otherwise itís good.

I can clean the water neck where the block heater needs to go from under the seat, but there are some stiff hoses blocking access to it that way too. Maybe clean it that way and change it the other way. I also looked at installing a cable to the blower emergency shut off, it doesnít have one. I have a cable and stop, but thereís nowhere to attach the cable housing on the engine. Make something? Find the right part?
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What I thought was the water outlet is the fuel pump, the part in this picture with blue and red fittings on it. I reviewed the diagram showing where the block heater goes, thereís a cut away indicating it is on the other side of the engine. I donít know why they didn't just use a view of the other side. So now I remember, early on I had to fix the heater hose going to the air compressor. That is where the block heater goes. Next time up iíll get a better look and see if I can access it without removing the sheet metal over the engine, it was already off when I worked on it before.

Also in this picture thereís a holder for the emergency stop made by the guy rebuilding the truck. I left a message with the Detroit dealer asking if they have it, if not iíll make one.
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