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  1. Agua1

    overheating

    Being in Arizona we fight overheating all the time. We flush out the radiators on a monthly basis. Only using low flow, no pressure so we do not damage the fins. For what its worth, same goes for the a/c condensers.
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    Sweeper curtains

    We use our book time of 4 hours. That is R&R head, change curtains and adjust. I do not think we ever beat 3 because something is always bent
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    Welder

    Something we waited to long for, a welder. If you don't have one, add to your wish list
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    Getting longer elevator chain life.....

    do you think this would be the same for other manufactures? Can you show a photo?
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    A7000 blower bearing tips

    I was given one tip at the 1-800 mid year meeting that I thought I would share. Change the shaft. for one you may not get the bearing off without damage, and Tip two was that my year machine 2006, has a choice of two different lengths.
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    Broom Badger

    Depending on the part, Matt Voss had mentioned a place called General industrial. For Broom Bear parts, some may cross
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    Tymco 435 blower brg times

    What kind of time do you have for blower bearing replace. We have 2.0 for outer, 4.0 inner and 7.0 for both
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    Gutter broom time

    what time could we establish for R&R of gutter brooms? we use 0.5 and it doesn't include adjustment. It includes getting them, putting them on and discarding old
  9. We have our first Broom Bear. Its a 2006. What parts do you keep on hand for it? Bearings? Switches? etc.
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    Pre Release

    To all of you that have been invited to the pre launch of the mechanic forum. We need your help getting it moving. We need content. Tec Tips, short cuts, etc. At the conference I must have heard 10 or more such repairs. Please start some topics for things you have already solved but you think others can gain from. You know, that repair that took days to solve and turned out simple. Tell us what the original problem was, how you found it and what repaired it. Please put the problem or complaint in the topic for future search. Include photos if you can. Make sure you set your self up to receive notification when others post on forums for your type equipment. We can make this a valuable tool with your help and in turn it will help you
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    A7000 blower bearing tips

    We need to change our blower shaft bearings, blower wheel and liner. We have never done it before any tips? It looks dam heavy and we would like to do it the best way.
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    19.5 Wheels for NQR

    Other than wrecking yards or Isuzu, anyone have a line on wheels for the 19.5 x 6 wheels?
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    Duel steer blows fuse

    Here you go. The part came from Freightliner. After changing it, the problem has not returned.
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    Broom Bear will not increase RPM

    I wanted to give you an update as to what the problem was. The freightliner dealer that said it was never connected was wrong. I guess they just wanted it to go away. with help from our Elgin dealer, we took it to another frightliner dealer and they found bad connectors at the TCU (the ones that supposedly were not there. After replacing them, still did not work. They asked if we could bring in another sweeper to compare but we only have the one, so that was not happening Supposedly the PTO switch sends signal to the Transmission control unit (TCU) and that sends to the engine control unit (ECU). My tec remembered that the cruise control did not work and it occurred that that too was controlled by the ECU. So we had them check something they were more familiar with and what do you know, the perimeters on the ECU were wrong. Fix the cruise and the PTO works. We had them print us out the parameters for the ECU
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    2018 Peterbilt P348

    I know that most any newer vehicle will always have a draw from the computers. I also know that some manufactures have a dedicated location for add on electronics. Adding them to an existing circuit can cause electrical gremlins. We have run into that issue where the change in voltage caused a check engine light. It was not a perterbuilt, but a freightliner. Use a DVOM and see what the draw is when you think everything is off. Secondly a trickle charger can help keep the batteries alive.
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