ASV RC 30 frozen suspension

Discussion in 'Heavy Equipment & Pavement' started by sospd, Jun 18, 2011.

  1. sospd

    sospd LawnSite Member
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    In order to replace a drive motor hydraulic line with a small cut, I tried to slide the track out and found rear link froze. Grease goes in but still won't pivot or slide out. Tried porta power and heat but still won't slide. Front link slides easy.

    Thought I might leave both front and rear retaining bolts a little loose and use machine to see if it pops loose. Is this a good idea or any suggestions??

    Thanks

    Bill
     
  2. Bertco

    Bertco LawnSite Member
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    Hi I know with mine if I dont pull the frame evenly it is hard to get off,and i grease every day regardless of how many hours I do.
     
  3. sospd

    sospd LawnSite Member
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    I took the the zert out and squirting penetrating oil in it for a few more days than I'll try to pull evenly and see what happens.
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  4. swanny

    swanny LawnSite Senior Member
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    4 or 10 ton porta-power and what attachment was on it?
     
  5. sospd

    sospd LawnSite Member
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    I used a 4 ton with the wedge attachment.
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  6. swanny

    swanny LawnSite Senior Member
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    I think I used a 10 ton with a short ram on one that was very frozen. Those gator jaws don't have much pushing force.
     
  7. sospd

    sospd LawnSite Member
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    Thanks for the input, I will switch to ram attachment today after work and try again.
     
  8. kgserv

    kgserv LawnSite Member
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    Believe it or not i think mine could lift more when the front was frozen
     

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