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Poclain Excavator Boom or Cylinder drifting and Info request


Created On Tuesday October 02, 2007 05:23 Diesel Talk
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ANYALEY
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We are trying to troubleshoot and repair a POCLAIN C-90. This is an old equip. with no manual on hand. We want to know what causes Cylinder drifting with or without load. Need theory on operation emphasis on:
(a) Hydraulic system- swing motor,lift circuit, stick cylinder,bucket, back and forward drives.
(b) Troubleshooting the hydraulic system, testing points and pump output.
(c) Adjusting procedure and methods for the hydraulic pump.
Information to get hydraulic pump or matching for Poclian C-90 Excavator, S/N 009021-12-3303 and oil cooler part number
Thank you.
Alex
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