Parts machine might be better than mine

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Flatlander
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Parts machine might be better than mine

Post by Flatlander » Wed Feb 01, 2017 7:58 am

My basket case 350 needs a rad, and some other parts

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Post by Flatlander » Wed Feb 01, 2017 11:14 am

Every time i type more than a sentence, i get the de bug response.

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Post by jtrichard » Wed Feb 01, 2017 11:41 am

After you post the one line

Edit..... Go back and edit and you should be able to add as much as you need (as I have just done) just stay away from quote marks and others other than periods ......... Seems to get past DE-BUG most of the time

Second edit ......Yes it seems to still work so you can go back to your first post and try to edit/add to it So in the words of Paul Harvey.... NOW you know the rest of the story..Paul Harvey GOOOOOOOOOD DAAAAAAAAAAAY
2010 with 622 dozer with mod. 35 ripper and a 2010 with 622 dozer bought in 1969 and a 2010 loader with drott and mod. 36 ripper

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Lets try again

Post by Flatlander » Wed Feb 01, 2017 12:04 pm

I edited this post with 6 short sentences no commas no periods no symbols still debug i had a story i wanted to share but hardly worth the effort

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One last try this time with no numbers

Post by Flatlander » Wed Feb 01, 2017 1:20 pm

I took out all the numbers commas symbols everything but periods and still debug

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Re: Lets try again

Post by jtrichard » Wed Feb 01, 2017 6:28 pm

Flatlander wrote:I edited this post with 6 short sentences no commas no periods no symbols still debug i had a story i wanted to share but hardly worth the effort


Did you post and then go back with edit?

I just edited this twice now

Third time YES its a PAIN in the a** try to space lines out like I have with enter key

#4 then click submit
2010 with 622 dozer with mod. 35 ripper and a 2010 with 622 dozer bought in 1969 and a 2010 loader with drott and mod. 36 ripper

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Finally it worked

Post by Flatlander » Thu Feb 02, 2017 7:06 am

My basket case 350 needs a rad, and some other parts.

Wreckers want $650.00 plus freight for just the rad. I found a 350B for

$1,200.00.

I thought that the parts I need now will fit, and then i will have the whole

machine to cannibalize.

I know not everything will fit from the straight to the B, but, $230.00
worth of diesel, and it is home.

Hard to tell condition from photos, (and he sure never took photos of the

back end)but after a 5 hour

drive empty in an F800 with spring suspension, I was not leaving without

it, (my back still hurts a bit when

i shoulder check, and I think I might be a bit shorter now).

It starts right up, moves forward and back, turns both left and right,

everything works.

The undercarriage is virtually new, not yellow, but no real wear. It has all

the parts I need, but the left

final drive, and clutch housing are badly cracked.

The first thing i thought when I saw the break, was, that must have hurt.

It has been welded with nickel

rods, but has cracked again just off the welds.

Not sure what is holding it together, load bearing silicone, or maybe i just

can not see the JB Weld...

The right final has a big spot that has been brazed, must have taken a big

torch, and some skills to do

that. My dilemma is that other than the finals, the parts machine is

probably a better crawler than the

one I started this madness with.

The injector pump on my 350 was stuck, and it turns out it must have

been sitting with water in it,

because the housing is all corroded inside (funny, it looks brand new from

the outside), waiting for used

parts from local injector repair shop.

So, when the injector pump is operational, i will have to decide which will be

the donor, and which the

recipient. If I fix the B from the straight, I see from a post here that the

final drives should exchange even

though they have different part numbers, maybe someone can clarify that

for me.

The clutch housings have the same part numbers so that is good. If the

straight runs well, i might have to

keep looking for a parts machine, or two...

I told my wife that, and she said, so now you are collecting them. I said,

two is not a collection, but I

need a rusting hulk or two to keep mine running.
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Debug

Post by Flatlander » Thu Feb 02, 2017 7:12 am

It was the double spacing that worked, and no contractions.
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Post by Scottyb » Fri Feb 03, 2017 7:01 am

I havent been following the board as closely this year and missed your posts. Welcome fellow Saskatchewan member. I did see your ad on Kijiji and did not think you would have much problem finding a crawler or two. I have had trouble finding a canopy (i have one now from Alberta) and a log grapple would be a real find for me. As yet I have not sold any parts from my collection of 5 350s, three of them I use. one has a winch and arch for logging, one 350c loader has a ripper and is the strongest all around, and a 350b loader with dozer pads that is a beast for pushing up burn piles and working in snow or mud when the street pads on the others dont work well. As well I have a hoe that will find its way back onto one of the 350s this spring. I put this collection together in less than a year after a plow wind hammered our forest a few years back. I was still getting calls after I stopped my adds so I think there is still a few out there. I would look some more for a real good unit in the 5000 range with a loader or pay a fair bit more if you are looking for a nice six way.
Scott
450`s c-dozer 6 way, b-loader.
350`s c-loader + ripper, b-loader with winch arch. B-loader with dozer pads
backhoe attachment.
1010 loader with forks for round bales
a few 610 Bobcats. many attachments

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Scott

Post by Flatlander » Fri Feb 03, 2017 8:32 am

I have read a few of your posts, and sent you a personal message about a

log grapple that came with the 350B loader i just bought. I do not have a use for

it, and would be willing to trade for a 4 in one bucket to fit the 350. I have

had a few calls in response to my ad, and I too would like a 6 way dozer,

more so than a loader, but i suspect small

dozers are few and far between around here. I found a backhoe,

not a deere, but modified to deere mounts, i have not found the mounting

plate yet, if you have one, i would like to spend a few minutes to measure it

up, and fab my own.

Doug

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