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Old 09-09-2012, 06:47 PM
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Wright Sentar RH Hydro Spring

Have you made any changes to the length of that tension spring that goes on the Hydro. I keep going thru belts and I just had a pulley wear out in 700hrs. When I put the belt on it is almost impossible to get it to slide in and the spring force is just very very high. Comparing this to other hydro units the force must be twice as high. About 5 years ago I seen a bulletin from Wright that indicated you came out with a different spring that could be used if you wasn't doing a lot of turning?
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Old 09-10-2012, 10:45 AM
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ed2hess,

We released a bulletin in 2008 about a lower tension idler arm that addressed a tension issue on the small drive systems. Units that were seeing alot of turning on small properties were seeing tension breaks on the hydro belts. Part number 95490005 was released to lower the belt tension in the hydro systems seeing this problem.

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